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Top 10 Reasons You Don't need a Will
10 Thought provoking comments that might make you think twice about not having a Last Will.
Capital Gains and Inheritance
You may be entitled to a tax break on property you inherit known as a "step up in basis'.
Why you need a Will in Washington State
Having a Last Will and Testament in Washington State is an important way to protect your family and your finances.
FAQ Regarding Probate in Washington State
Below are some answers to frequently asked questions regarding the probate process in Washington State.
Avoiding Probate in Washington State
“Probate” is the name of the legal process through which the estate of a deceased person is settled through his or her personal representative, a party sometimes referred to as the “executor” of the estate. This process can be confusing, costly, and take several months to fully complete.
What is a Special Needs Trust?
When creating a special needs trust, you will be able to have any money or property received put directly into a trust account.
Types of Joint Ownership
Explanation of the types of co-ownership of assets
What Is Probate Anyway?
Explanation of what the probate process is and how it operates.
Social Media after death
Plan ahead to determine what to do with your digital life after you die.
Protect Your Family With Estate Planning!
Protect your family by getting important estate documents before its too late! Estate documents include much more than just getting a Will. They also include the Durable Power of Attorney, Living Will, and Trust. Act today and get experienced and affordable legal representation.
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