Helping You Draft Your Will

A will is an essential tool that directs the distribution of your assets and legacy after your death. Talking about a will can seem uncomfortable because it acknowledges that we are mortal. We simplify the process of planning for your family's future after your death so you can ensure your loved ones' well-being, spare them from difficult decisions and reduce your exposure to estate and gift taxes and probate costs.

Choosing the right attorney to draft, review or revise your will is an important matter. You want an experienced estate planning lawyer who will take the time necessary to understand your personal goals and objectives.

Gellner Law Group has been helping Washington residents with their estate planning goals for more than 35 years. We are pleased to provide clients with affordable legal services, including a full complement of estate planning services. To contact our Kent, Washington attorneys, call 425-336-2908.

Wills are Not Just for the Rich

Every adult needs a basic estate plan that includes a will. A simple will is the start of an effective estate plan that may include trusts, a living will, a community property agreement, durable powers of attorney, transfer on death deeds and more. Sometimes, trusts are added to provide for vulnerable children, to minimize taxes, or for privacy.

You have two choices: your estate plan or one that the Washington Legislature wrote for you. Your plan can easily be structured to avoid court-supervised, expensive and involved probate and guardianship proceedings.

Complex Wills for High-Asset Estates

Should you have a need for a complex will that distributes a large estate, we have the experience to meet your needs. Working with your accountant and financial advisor, a complete estate plan will be designed that protects your assets and legally avoids or minimizes estate and gift taxes and probate costs.

Contact Gellner Law Group

To speak with an attorney about a will or an estate planning matter, contact Gellner Law Group in Kent, Washington. For assistance, call 425-336-2908 or reach us by email.