Turn To Respected Estate Planning Lawyers
At Jeffers, Danielson, Sonn & Aylward, P.S., we are sensitive to the complexities of estate planning. The process of designing a plan before your death to ensure that your money and property are distributed according to your wishes is a deeply personal matter. Without estate planning, you have no say in who inherits your money, your family may have to pay additional taxes and the court process of probate could be more complicated and time-consuming than is necessary. Our team of estate planning attorneys will carefully assist you with critical decision-making.
Choosing The Right Tools
The most important tools for estate planning include wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care directives, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) releases and technology consents. We sometimes use other specialized tools to avoid probate as well, depending on your specific circumstances or plan.
We create each estate plan with care. You, our client, receive customizable options using current Washington laws to safeguard your assets from any unnecessary federal and state estate taxes, helping transfer property from one generation to the next according to your circumstances and goals.
Creating Thorough Plans
At JDSA Law, we help you plan for what is important to you. In addition to estate planning, we provide plan development services for gifting, business succession, charitable gifts, asset protection, international estate planning, cohabitation, and premarital and postnuptial agreements as well as estate and guardianship disputes and litigation.
We are here to answer your questions about estates and help you devise the estate plan that you need.
Areas Of Emphasis
- Asset protection planning
- Business succession planning
- Charitable planning
- Cohabitation agreements
- Federal and state estate taxes
- Income tax planning
- Nontraditional relationship agreements
- Prenuptial agreements
- Postnuptial agreements
- Trust and estate disputes and Trust and Estate Dispute Resolution Act (TEDRA) litigation