The primary client base served by Entrust consists of disabled or elder adults in Yuma, La Paz and Maricopa counties although Entrust will consider cases in any part of the state. We also serve younger persons with disabilities and diminished capacity.

Lisa M. Price, LF, NMG

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Entrust Fiduciary Services, Inc. was founded on April 27, 2004 by Lisa M. Price and Dawn R. Walters in response to an overwhelming need in the Yuma community for a private provider of fiduciary services. Entrust Fiduciary Services, Inc. focuses on asset management by providing conservatorship, probate, trust administration and services as agent under a durable power of attorney. Entrust works in close cooperation with its sister company, Entrust Guardianship Services, LLC, to ensure that the all clients receive the highest quality care and services.

Lisa M. Price is the Principal Fiduciary for Entrust Fiduciary Services, Inc. Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Northern Arizona University. She is credentialed by the Arizona Supreme Court as a Licensed Fiduciary. Lisa recently received the prestigious designation of National Master Guardian by the Center for Guardianship Certification. The National Master Guardian designation is held by a very distinguished group of individuals across the country and is held by only five individuals in the State of Arizona. Lisa served on the Board of Directors of the Arizona Fiduciaries Association from 2005-2012 and served as its president for two years. Lisa has also served on the Board of Directors for Casa Sierra Vista, a low-income housing development for elderly and disabled individuals in Yuma County. She has also served on the Board of Directors for Hospice of Yuma where she served as Treasurer for two years. Lisa is currently working with the Arizona Supreme Court Judicial Education Center to develop statutorily required training for non-professional individuals acting in a guardianship, conservatorship or personal representative status.

Lisa was raised in Yuma where she worked as a Certified Fiduciary in Private Practice for several years prior to founding Entrust. She has extensive experience in guardianship, conservatorship, probate and trust matters, long term care, and geriatric issues. Lisa was the recipient of the 2008 National Guardianship Association, Inc.’s Outstanding Affiliate Award and the 2010 Arizona Fiduciaries Association, Inc.’s Leadership Award.

Her professional accomplishments include work as a Certified Paralegal for a firm specializing in tax, corporate, and estate planning matters, serving as a consultant to the Texas Guardianship Advisory Board , and serving as the program monitor for the Texas Task Force on Indigent Defense, where she was responsible for ensuring compliance with $27 million in grants to Texas’ 254 counties.

She was an invited presenter at the 2008 Governor’s Conference on Aging, a guest speaker at Congressman Raul Grijalva’s community forum on privatization of the Social Security system in 2006, and has been invited to conduct trainings on Elder Abuse and life care planning at the Yuma Proving Grounds “Safety Days” for the last 6 years. Lisa recently presented as a State Bar of Arizona training event regarding the recent changes to Arizona’s probate system. Lisa is a frequent presenter at the Arizona Fiduciaries Association, Inc. annual two-day educational conferences and has spoken on subjects such as Conservatorship 101, Fiduciary Fees and operating a paperless office.

Lisa was honored to be invited to present, along with her colleague Dawn Walters, at the First Annual Canadian Conference on Elder Law, sponsored in October 2005 by the prestigious Canadian Centre for Elder Law Studies. She is frequently invited to give presentations and training sessions to various local organizations on aging related topics such as end-of-life planning, the roles and responsibilities of a fiduciary and issues related to elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.

You may review Lisa’s resume here.

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