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Powers of Attorney and their Place In Your Estate Plan
A detailed look at powers of attorney - what they are, what you need to know about them before you decide to create one.
Using Trusts in Your Estate Plan: Questions and Answers
Learn more about trusts in Washington, the many types of trusts and purposes.
Using Trusts in Your Estate Plan
A closer look at these flexible, powerful, and beneficial estate planning tools called trusts – what they do and why they are important.
Wills in Washington: Questions, Answers and Options
This presentation talks about wills in Washington and aims to answer various questions people may have about them.
Trusts and Estate Planning – Determining if a Trust is Right for You
More and more people are choosing to include a trust as one of those additional components. While only a lengthy consultation with your estate planning attorney can help you make the final decision, answering some basic questions may help you decide if a trust is right for you and if so, which one works for your estate plan.
Advance Medical Directives in Washington: Why Every Adult Should Have Them
Advance directives, also called medical directives or advance medical directives, are legal documents that state your medical care preferences. They are designed to be used when you are incapacitated and are either about to receive medical care, or are currently hospitalized. This presentation will talk about advance medical directives in Washington, how to make them and why every capable adult should have them.
The Will of Sherman Hemsley has been upheld by a Texas Court
Five months after his death, Sherman Hemsley has finally been laid to rest in the Fort Bliss National Cemetery.
Washington Elective Shares
As a general rule in the United States, spouses cannot completely disinherit one another. In non-community property law states, when you die, your spouse will automatically be entitled to inherit at least some of the property you leave behind.
Study Reveals Dangers of Elderly Loneliness
Seniors who don't have a lot of strong social connections may be putting their health at a significant risk
Will Updates Can Require Care
It isn't uncommon for a new client to walk into an estate planning attorney's office and ask if the attorney can make a quick update to a Will
Alzheimer's May Alter Walking Style
A new study says that the way a person walks can be an early indicator of the onset of Alzheimer's disease
Rising Senior Divorce Rate
According to researchers at the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Ohio's Bowling Green University, seniors are divorcing at a much higher rate than ever before.
Arthritis Warning Signs
As we get older, our bodies tend to develop specific types of medical conditions that are much more common in the elderly than they are in younger people
Why Elderly Depression Can Be Hard to Detect
It's estimated that about 6 1/2 million seniors suffer from clinical depression
Probate Language Oddities
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