Do you need the help of a Seattle Estate Planning Attorney?
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Estate Planning Services
We help Seattle-area individuals and families create estate plans to meet their unique needs and wishes. Some common estate planning issues and documents created by our Seattle estate planning lawyers
- Last Wills and Testaments
- Testamentary Trusts
- Revocable and Irrevocable Trusts
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Health Care Directives or "Living Wills"
- Community Property and Property Status Agreements
- Pre-Nuptial Agreements
- Disposition of Remains and Burial Instructions
Estate Planning IN DEPTH
» Five Estate Planning Documents We All Need
» Durable Powers of Attorney: Simple, Powerful and Cost-Effective
» Why It's Important to Keep Your Beneficiaries Up To Date
» Second Marriage Estate Planning: Challenging and Rewarding
» Go to the Estate Planning Frequent Questions Page
» How do I get started with Estate Planning?
» Outline of an Estate Planning Seminar given by Mary Anne Vance, August 2013
Fees and Costs
All work is billed at an hourly rate, depending on the type of case and the attorney responsible. An advance fee deposit (sometimes called a retainer) may be required. The deposit amount varies from case to case. One of our attorneys can provide you with more information. After your initial meeting, our attorneys can also help you determine a budget for your case.
For your convenience, we accept both Visa and MasterCard. We will discuss additional details regarding fees with you on the telephone. We are generally unable to accept cases on a contingency basis.