Estate Planning

If you’re like most people, when you leave on a vacation, you make plans for others to handle your responsibilities while you’re gone, such as work projects; taking care of children, pets or your home; watering your plants; and gathering your mail. If you make plans for something as minor as a vacation, then it’s hard to believe that you would have no plan in place for when you die or become disabled.

Everyone has an estate plan, regardless of whether or not you have taken the time to draft formal documents. If you die or become disabled without setting up a plan of your own, the State of Washington or the Courts will determine who makes decisions for you; who takes care of your minor children; and who gets your property and assets. By taking the time to set up a proper plan, you can gain peace of mind knowing that your family and loved ones will be taken care of when you die or in the event you become disabled. My estate planning practice includes:

Ashley Raymond, Attorney at Law
130 Andover Park East, Suite 300, Tukwila, WA 98188 US
Phone: (425) 496-7495