Offices in Seattle, Burien, Everett and Bellevue · Serving Northwest Washington
An effective tax and estate planning strategy begins with an updated will. If you live in King County, Pierce County or Snohomish County, Washington, and do not have a will, or need to update your will to account for a major life change, such as a divorce, remarriage or birth or adoption of a child, talk to an estate planning attorney at Insight Law. Our years of experience in all areas of tax law make us a one-stop law firm for all of your estate planning needs.
We provide a full range of services, including:
- Living wills, advance health care directives
- Powers of attorney, medical and durable (financial)
- Legal counsel for personal representatives
- Asset preservation strategies
- Probate matters
Strategies for Helping Your Loved Ones Avoid Probate After Your Death
Upon the death, the decedent's estate and will must go through the probate process to determine the final disposition of the assets. In most cases, assets will go to the surviving spouse and heirs listed in the will. However, during the probate process, disputes may arise among heirs and individuals who claim to be legitimate beneficiaries. We can show you ways to transfer property and assets automatically to your designated loved ones, without the need for probating your will or estate.
Bellevue Health Care Directives Attorney · Wills · Trusts · Probate Services
From offices in Seattle, Burien, Everett and Bellevue, our lawyers advise and represent clients in communities throughout King County, Pierce County and Snohomish County, Washington. Call us toll free at 877-343-4358 or contact our office by e-mail to arrange an initial consultation with an experienced Bellevue And Seattle Will Lawyer.
"I found Alerian Hall online. I chose her primarily because her fees were low-- so I wasn't expecting miracles. However, Alerian Hall did a fantastic job preparing the estate planning documents for our family- she was knowledgeable, honest, comprehensive, and so nice. She even helped me with updating my beneficiary designations forms- and this was AFTER we'd finished the legal documents and paid her. Don't look farther if you need wills and such. "
, Seattle, Washington