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Digital estate planning an important consideration

Estate planning for Kent area residents is not just about who will inherit the house and retirement accounts. There are many other aspects of estate planning that need to be considered. These change over time, and this is why a family who has an existing estate plan needs to revisit it periodically. With technology, though, additional estate planning considerations have come to light. Now, online sites have popped up that offer a unique approach to storing information and making it available to others when it is needed.

Helping Washington families navigate the guardianship process

When an adult family members are no longer able to care for themselves or vulnerable children are unable to make major decisions on their own behalf, a legal intervention because of incapacity might be required. Family members may find it difficult to navigate this unexpected and sudden situation; however, families in the Seattle area should understand that they have options available to them, helping them through this challenging time. Attorney Jennifer C Rydberg has worked closely with her clients, guiding them through these matters of guardianship and conservatorship.

End of year gift giving for one's heirs

Many Kent area residents recognize the value of passing their assets on to their heirs. There are many ways that this can happen, but one way is through the tax strategy of gifting a certain amount to one's heirs each year. Now is the time to think about end of the year gifting.

Animals may need to be included in a basic estate plan too

Many Kent area families have animals. These cats, dogs, birds, reptiles and other species are important parts of our families. But what happens to these animals after their owner's death? It can be important to include them in an estate plan as well when planning for the future.

Sumner Redstone's medical care under attack

Many Kent area residents don't think about who will take care of them when they are no longer able to take care of themselves. It can be hard to picture a time when one cannot make decisions about their health care or communicate their wishes. But most of us will one day face that reality, and it is important to have health care directives in place.

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To speak with an attorney at Gellner Law Group about estate planning, probate, trusts, wills or tax controversy, contact our law office in Kent, Washington, today. You can call 425-336-2908 or send us an email. We provide representation across the entire Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area.

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