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December 2016 Archives

Young families should find estate plans important

Having a baby is one of the best events a family can experience together. Kent area residents extensively plan for the upcoming new arrival through baby showers, nursery planning and attending birthing classes. But one important preparation is often missed by new parents and that is creating an estate plan for a vulnerable child.

Blended families need an estate plan

Almost all families in the Kent area can benefit from estate planning. Estate plans are important in making sure a family's assets are distributed appropriately and that the person's wishes are followed after their death. An estate plan can be especially important for a blended family.

We can help you protect your end-of-life wishes

Previously, this estate planning blog discussed several important documents that all Washington residents should have in place in order to protect their long term care interests. From living wills to powers of attorney, there can be a lot of forms a person should create in order to protect his or her long-term health needs. While some individuals may be comfortable letting others make these decisions for them in the event they cannot do so on their own, others may prefer to proactively put into words their wishes so that they may be consulted in the event that they are not capable of speaking for themselves.

Important estate planning documents everyone should have

When many Kent area residents think about estate planning, they often think it's about creating wills. While wills are important and major documents, there are many other health care directives that are included in an estate plan. We have highlighted a few medical condition documents in the following paragraphs.

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