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Estate planning is of major importance to families and businesses, and it can be a complex area of the law. Without a concrete estate plan, your assets are not likely to be distributed as you wish them to be. In addition, improper estate planning can lead to disastrous tax consequences for your family. Don’t let any of these pitfalls ensnare you and your loved ones; instead, make sure you have an iron-clad estate plan by hiring Westward LAW, PLLC. A well-versed Everett or Mount Vernon estate planning attorney can help you avoid all of the traps and complications that permeate the law governing transmission of wealth. Any person can benefit from a well thought out estate plan, no matter the size of your estate. Westward LAW offers an array of services to individuals and families that will help you accomplish your goals for retirement and beyond.
Estate Planning Brings Peace of Mind
Sleep well at night knowing that the affairs of your estate are carefully planned out to cover every eventuality. Whether you are looking for a simple will, or a complex trust and estate plan, Westward LAW can advise you on matters related to Wills, Trusts, and Probate. We will make sure that you have a valid Will, Health Care Directive, and Power of Attorney that will stand up to scrutiny if it becomes necessary. We can also review and recommend areas for improvement in your existing estate planning documents. We will review, revise, or create Trusts that will meet your needs and the needs of your family for decades to come.
Westward LAW can assist you with analysis of the various strategies for leaving a lasting legacy through charitable giving. More and more people are considering philanthropic goals as an important part of an estate plan that will leave behind a lasting legacy. When clients think through the potential impact of inherited wealth on future generations, many turn to charitable gifts as a way to spread their legacy beyond the confines of their family. Westward LAW is committed to helping clients understand the charitable giving choices available to them, and the many advantages of such strategies.
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Make sure that your family is taken care of in the manner that you decide on. Don’t let a non-existent or outdated estate plan become effective after you are gone. It is never too late to start the process of crafting your estate plan. An unplanned estate can be the source of conflict at a time when families are most under strain. Take steps to make certain that your last wishes are carried out. Call Westward LAW, PLLC today to schedule a free initial consultation – (360) 899-5468. Or, better yet press this button to schedule an appointment for a time convenient for you.