Helping You Prepare And Plan For The Future
Some people think of estate planning as an area of law that addresses the needs of the wealthy looking to pass their money and assets to their kids through wills and trusts. DAL Law Firm provides a wide variety of services to clients of various economic means here in Washington. We can help clients draft up a simple will, construct a revocable trust and handle other estate planning matters. Conversely, we also can guide families through the process of probate or estate administration.
Our office is conveniently located in Normandy Park just south of Seattle, and we would be happy to help with your estate law needs. When someone comes into our office, they will meet with founding attorney Darcel Lobo to discuss the family’s needs.
Important Estate Planning Services We Provide
We help individuals and families create estate plans to meet their needs and wishes. Common estate planning documents created by our office include:
- Powers of attorney
- Health care directives
- Community property agreements
- Revocable living trusts
- Cohabitation agreements
- Prenuptial agreements
- Directives to control remains and burial instructions
- Beneficiary designations
While discussing and creating an estate plan can be uncomfortable, our office strives to make the process as simple as possible, explaining all of your estate planning options and assisting you in making the best decisions for you and your family. You have worked hard to acquire your assets, and we want to ensure that they are protected. Proper estate planning with a knowledgeable lawyer can reduce stress, minimize or eliminate probate costs and minimize tax liabilities.
Contact Us Today To Discuss Your Estate Plan
“Darcel was wonderful. I walked in her door nervous and unsure of the process. She made me feel at ease immediately. I was not certain that I would be able to qualify for the bankruptcy, but she was able to pull out all of the details that I had not even though about. It was a success. I actually referred her to a friend of mine today.”