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Snohomish County Estate Planning Lawyer

One of the most important things a person can do to preserve their legacy for future generations is to craft a comprehensive estate plan. Amy C Brown Law, PLLC has extensive experience guiding clients through the estate planning process, and we are here to put that experience to work for you. Contact a skilled Snohomish County estate planning lawyer from our firm today.

Estate Planning Lawyer | Representing Clients Across Washington State

If you’re looking to draft your will, create a trust, or establish provisions for potential incapacitation, we are here to help. By retaining the services of Amy C. Brown, Esq., you can have peace of mind, knowing your wishes will be recognized and secured.

Important Estate Planning Documents

Creating an estate plan that covers all of your needs involves several important documents. Some of the most important facets of a comprehensive estate plan are as follows:

  • Wills: This legal document gives direction on where your property should go and who takes guardianship of minor children.
  • Trusts: Trusts: A trust is a fiduciary arrangement that allows a third party, known as a trustee, to hold and manage assets on behalf of a beneficiary or beneficiaries. Trusts can be used to provide specific guidelines for asset distribution, offering potential tax benefits and protection of the beneficiary’s interests. They also typically bypass the probate process.
  • Healthcare Directives: Healthcare directives give direction to a designee on healthcare-related decisions in the event you are living and cannot make them.
  • Healthcare Power Of Attorney: These documents assign responsibility for healthcare-related decisions in the event you cannot make them.
  • Financial Powers Of Attorney: These documents assign responsibility for financial-related decisions in the event you are living and cannot make them.
  • Guardianships: Though no one wants to think about being unable to care for their children, no one knows what the future holds. By appointing guardians for your minor children in your will, you can ensure they will be cared for by the right person (or people) should you ever become incapacitated.

Contact Amy C Brown Law, PLLC Today

If you’re interested in crafting a comprehensive estate plan, look no further than Amy C Brown Law, PLLC. For years, we’ve been a trusted resource for individuals in Washington State looking to pass on their wealth and legacy to future generations, and we’re here to help you do the same. Contact our firm today so we can get started.

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