The Office of the Public Fiduciary was established in 1974 by the Arizona State Legislature. A.R.S. Section 14-5601(A) requires each county board of supervisors to appoint a public fiduciary, and the cost incurred to conduct this office is charged against county government.
The Yuma County Public Fiduciary provides guardianship, conservatorship and decedent services in a professional, efficient and compassionate manner when no other person, agency or corporation is qualified and willing to serve.
We hold ourselves in a high position of trust and have an inherent responsibility to uphold that confidence in all our actions.
We strive to achieve the highest standards of integrity in our profession. We believe that all individuals have the right to dignity and respect. We provide courteous and efficient service to our clients, and we strive to maintain professional relations within the Yuma community.