No matter what stage of life you’re in, you can plan for where you are. There’s no rule in Washington that says you need to be worth a certain amount before you can make plans for your estate.
The truth is, even someone who’s single and just left home has something to lose if the worst happens. Be prepared with a plan at every stage of life with these simple tips:
Over the past 27 years, the Law Offices of Christopher A. Benson has helped more than 800 clients prepare and utilize simple and effective planning techniques to protect them and their families in order to avoid probate, save estate taxes, save money and save added emotional burden that comes from long term illness and/or death of a family member.
We will counsel you through the process to prepare a specific arrangement to accomplish your purpose and aim. With a little bit of forethought, you can be confident and have assurance that your family and friends will have the ability handle your property, assets, holdings and belongings in the manor your intended with integrity based on your intention and without involvement or interference of the judicial process.
As your lawyer, we will make the process simple, fast and effective.
Another great benefit is that your decisions and declarations are confidential. No one needs to know your plan until the time is right or if you choose to tell someone. This means that the revocable living trust you prepare is not a matter of public record because you avoid a public disclosure that is required with a formalized judicial proceeding to certify a Will and inventory of assets.
Give us a call to schedule a free consultation to find out how we can help you and your family.
About the Author
Chris served on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity
Seattle/S. King County for 10 years and served as Vice President
of the organization during part of that time. Read More