1. What You Need to Know about Guardianship in Washington

    There comes a time in our lives when we need to consider our future. What will happen to my family when I’m gone? Will they be taken care of? Another concern that troubles some people is wondering how they will be taken care of should they become incapacitated or unable to make important decisions on their own. In previous articles, we touched upon durable power of attorney and revocable living …Read More

  2. How Do I Donate Through My Washington Will or Trust?

    Unfortunately, no one lives forever. The cycle of life is a fun ride, but we only get 100 years, if that, to make our mark on the world and in the hearts of those whom we share the laughter and memories with. You might as well enjoy the moment, and enjoy what you have because life is short, and you can’t take anything with you when you pass. That is why it is strongly suggested you create wills …Read More

  3. Deciding Between a Will and a Trust

    You constantly hear those around you telling you to plan for your future, and to plan for the unexpected.  That is why it is so important to set up a will and/or a trust for your belongings. You know that wills and trusts delegate who gets what after you pass, but what does that really mean? Let's take a deeper look at the difference between will and a trust: Will A will is a written document tha…Read More

  4. How To Pay For A Funeral From An Estate

    Losing a loved one is a painful process. It can feel as though your heart has been ripped from your chest never to be seen again. The grieving process is a universal one, known better by some than others. Once the initial shock has set in, is generally around the same time that the heir to the estate is urged to put together a memorial service for the deceased. Wills and trusts must be distributed…Read More

  5. Probate Process: Testate Vs. Intestate

    A will is a legal document that allows you to allocate your current belongings to be distributed following your death. In many occurrences, people die without a proper will. This makes it more difficult for your family to obtain your belongings in a fair way. The probate process is relevant whether you have a valid will or not. Part of the probate process includes the prime witness, namely the per…Read More