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Lessons from S-Town on Estate Planning Issues Affecting Vulnerable Adults

Pop culture sometimes provides us with valuable lessons about the importance of estate planning. For example, as Trusts & Estates magazine pointed out, at the heart of the first season of the hit show Empire was a story of the trials and tribulations of business succession planning, as the head of a record company and family patriarch is diagnosed with a terminal … Continue reading »

Recent Developments in Washington Power of Attorney Law

An essential component of a complete estate plan Durable powers of attorney are an essential component of a complete estate plan. These documents allow you to dictate the person who has the authority (the “agent”) to make important financial and health care decisions for you (the “principal”) if you become incapacitated and cannot make such decisions for yourself.  Durable powers … Continue reading »