The Latest Greatest

How to Override a Power of Attorney

Can You Override a Power of Attorney?

Medical and financial powers of attorney (POA) are incredibly powerful and versatile documents. They provide the POA holder, or agent, with the ability to make…

Read More

Ready to Chat?

Sometimes just speaking with another human being goes a long way. 

All Articles

  • All
  • Divorce
  • Estate Planning
  • Family Protection Planning
  • Living Trust
  • Power of Attorney
  • Wills

What Is The Difference Between Each Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is a document that gives someone else the authority to take care of decisions or transactions that you would typically take…More…

What Are the New Tax Law Exemptions for Estate Planning?

Another tax season is here, and Americans have more questions than ever. The reason is that the United States government drastically overhauled its tax code…More…

Your Guide to Forming a Charitable Trust

If you love the idea of contributing to society through philanthropic donations, consider setting up a charitable trust. Not only will giving back make you…More…

Estate Planning Advice for Starting Difficult Family Conversations

Do you have aging parents, or are you worried about what you may be leaving behind? Dreading having that hard conversation about estate planning?  …More…

Temporary Guardianship-Who Will Step in If You Can’t Be There?

Most parents have a plan in place for seeing that their children are cared for if they die. What is often overlooked is what will…More…

Who Will Help You Take Care of Your Estate If You Become Incapacitated?

You have provided for and protected your family for many years. However, when your children grow into adulthood, you will still have a legacy to…More…

When Granting Guardianship to a Family Member Is a Bad Idea

One of the most challenging things parents have to consider is that they may one day need someone to step in and take over the…More…

Where Should You Store Your Estate Planning Forms?

You have taken the time to make sure all your estate papers are filled out carefully. You have left nothing out, and nobody is forgotten,…More…

Estate Planning After a Divorce: Parenting Plans, Guardianships and More

As a couple with a family, hopefully, you & your spouse have at least started the process of estate planning. If you are going through…More…

Do I Need a Guardianship Attorney? | Spokane, Washington

Choosing someone to whom you should grant guardianship of your minor children in the event you are no longer able to care for them is a…More…

Is Inheritance Taxable? Your Guide to Inheritance Tax

The average inheritance that someone leaves behind is just shy of $200,000. But, getting an inheritance is often a bittersweet moment. While it can be a…More…

It has Been Awhile: The Top Signs It Is Time to Update Your Estate Plan

Are you thinking about updating your will? Have you had some big lifestyle changes that may affect your future finances? Have you always had a…More…

Do Not Forget Fido: What to Know About Including Pets in Your Will

Did you know about 85 million families own a pet in the United States? It is no wonder that with so many fur babies people are looking…More…

Giving to Charity: How to Leave Your Money to Charity

Did you know that 9% of all money given to charity in the U.S. comes from individual gifts? If you are looking to be a part…More…

Age Is Just a Number: Why You Should Write a Will When You are Young

Studies show that 78% of millennials (ages 18-36) and 64% of Generation X-ers (ages 37-52) do not have a will. By contrast, 82% of those 72 and…More…