Renton Washington Family Law Criminal Defense and Estate Planning Attorney

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Friday, April 3, 2009

Washington Wills

Many people have made no plans for the distribution of their estate after their death. A person should have a Will. This gives their directions for how things are to be handled after their death. This primarily addresses the distribution of their assets. It also includes naming the person you want to act as the executor to oversee the process. If you have minor children, you may want to place the estate in trust by someone you trust, to properly invest the funds, and to distribute it to the children for their necessary needs (health, education and welfare) to prevent them from wasting it. You can also name the person you want to serve as guardian of the children, to act as their parents and raise them.

Our firm offers estate planning documents like Wills, Community Property Agreements and Power of Attorneys. Please visit our web page at for more information, or call us at 4252-255-4542 to schedule an appointment.

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