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Last Will and Testament

A document by which a person (the testator) expresses their wishes as to how their property is to be distributed upon death. Everyone should have a will particularly if they have minor children or property they want distributed in a specific way.

General Durable Power of Attorney

This is a power of attorney that grants your appointed “agent” the authority to conduct any type of business on behalf of the principal (e.g. you).  It is durable so that it remains valid and in effect even if you become incapacitated and unable to make decisions for yourself. It is a good idea for everyone to have – particularly those who may have chronic illnesses or are advancing in age.

Health Care Directive

A document that identifies your wishes regarding end of life care should you be incapacitated If you want to make your wishes known regarding end of life care instead of leaving it up to family, you should have one of these.

Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care

This document grants your appointed “agent” the authority to manage your health care should you be incapacitated. Anyone wanting to have decisions made by one individual.

Community Property Agreement

Community property is a principle of law applicable in Washington State.  To avoid probate after the first spouse or registered domestic partner dies, this agreement allows you to state that all property, including any property acquired by either person after date of signature, is community property. Married couples or registered domestic partners.