It’s Not a Male Thing: Why Married and Single Women Need a Will

Who Needs A Will? Both Married and Single Women Need An Estate Plan As you  become an adult, one question you may have is "who needs a will?".  The answer is everyone! Everybody diesand almost no-one knows when. It is a common misconception that only certain people need wills.  Every woman (and every man) should have their end of life documents ready and handy, regardless of their age.  Women & Read More


A Fast-Growing Law firm focused on Protecting and Restoring Joy for our clients in Spokane, WA is hiring a Junior Associate. This is a part-time position with room to move to full time. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis. Below is more information about our Firm and what we are looking for in our next Junior Associate. Are you a self-motivated Attorney with any of the following Read More

Does Washington State Recognize Tenancy By The Entirety?

  When you buy a home with your spouse, you may not be aware that the way your ownership is titled can affect what happens to your property if one of you should pass away or if you choose to get a divorce.  There are five different ways your ownership can be titled; Sole Ownership, Tenants in Common, Joint Tenancy, Tenancy by the Entirety, and Community Property. Each of these has specific ways your property Read More

The 7th Annual Homeless Connect Is Happening Soon!

SPOKANE’S FIRST-EVER EXPANDED “WARRANT FEST” When: Thursday, January 25th, 2018 2018 Homeless Connect Features Spokane’s 1st Ever Expanded Warrant Fest. The Spokane Homeless Connect is pleased to announce that, for the first time in any venue, all three Spokane Courts (Municipal, District, and Superior) will facilitate a “Warrant Fest” at this year’s Homeless Connect. The 2018 “Warrant Fest” will offer the Read More

Financial + Legal Planning for Unmarried Couples: Should You Legally Marry or Not? 

  While the Supreme Court issued a landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage in the U.S. making it possible for people of all sexual orientations to marry, many modern couples (of all genders and sexual orientation) still choose against marriage. If you are in the inquiry around whether to legally get married, be sure to consider these important factors: If you are partnered and unmarried, you need Read More

How Legal Planning Helps Build a Strong Blended Family

Yours, mine and ours … in today’s modern family, it’s oh so common. The blended family is the product of 2nd (or more) marriages, in which one or more of the parties comes with children from a prior marriage. And then, they may even go on to have children together. If you have or are part of a blended family, it’s important to understand how estate planning could be exactly what you need to keep your family out of Read More

5 Reasons Social Security Denied Your Disability Claim When Your Doctor Said You Were Disabled

  If you’re wondering why Social Security denied your disability when your doctor soundly believed that your ailments were disabling…you’re not alone!  That may offer some relief, but now that you’ve been denied (or were denied some time ago), you need to get ready to take another look at your application for social security disability.   Whether you’re re-applying for disability or filing an appeal with a Read More

Understanding the Difference Between SSD & SSI Benefits

If you’ve recently developed a disability and lost the ability to work, you should know about the benefits available to you. The United States Social Security Administration (SSA) provides two main types of programs for people with disabilities: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Make sure you understand the main differences between SSDI and SSI before you start Read More