Published in the Puget Sound Business Journal March 13, 2015: The scenario typically goes something like this: you’re at a family gathering. Everyone is there and in great spirits. Sometime after dessert and before the goodbyes, you pull your daughter aside and ask her if she would be willing to be the executor of your […]
Planning Your Digital Assets
One cannot scan a news source these days without seeing a headline about crypto currencies. So, it is understandable that when estate planning advisors raise the topic of digital assets, today’s headlines make you think of Bitcoin. While crypto currencies are a digital asset, there are several others we encourage you to consider as you […]
Power of Attorney – What is it and Why Have One?
When people talk about “estate planning”, it’s not surprising that many think of a will, as in a Last Will & Testament. Images come to mind of solemn looking people in a wood paneled office, looking on as an attorney reads the “who-gets-what” part of a document that says what someone wants to happen to […]
Do You Have a Will in Place Yet?
August is National Get a Will Month. A Will is that document you’ve heard about that tells your survivors what you want to have happen for your kids, your property, and your memories when you are gone. Unfortunately, lots of people with children (75%) don’t have a Will. Yes, making the decision to Get a […]