Washington Estate Planning
Most are familiar with the basic purpose of a last will and testament – to ensure that one’s hard earned assets go to the right beneficiaries when an individual passes away. However, wills can be used for much more than simply dictating who gets a person’s antique lamp collection. With a last will and testament, you can list beneficiaries, disinherit individuals, appoint guardians for children, establish trusts, reduce estate taxes, and nominate executors.
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