Fall is in full swing here in Seattle! We hope you enjoyed a spooky Halloween, and are looking forward to fun with friends and family during the Thanksgiving holiday.
Our team had a fantastic time at this year’s Tennis Outreach Programs TOPspin auction on October 21 (as you can see)! We even scored a great dessert at the Dessert Dash! Many of you know how near and dear tennis and TOPs is to me, so it’s always a treat to share that passion with my work team and tennis friends.
Sherry attended the Mother Attorneys Mentoring Association’s annual banquet on November 1. Justice Bobbe J. Bridge, ret. was presented with the Association’s 2017 Betty Binns Fletcher Leadership and Justice Award at the banquet. Sherry serves on the Board of this fantastic organization that supports and empowers local attorney mothers in their careers and in their families.
To support new local entrepreneurs, I taught an online webinar for the Seattle office of the U.S. Small Business Administration on November 9 on the topic of Choosing the Right Business Structure. It’s an important topic, and it’s always nice to help entrepreneurs who are just starting out!
As always, I would love to hear your questions and comments. If you have any questions about our firm and the work we do, please contact us or visit our website at www.staceyromberg.com.
“Suits,” one of Stacey’s favorite legal television dramas, is a perfect backdrop for discussing the Rules of Professional Conduct that all attorneys must adhere to.
What’s the difference between a legal guardian and a Durable Power of Attorney, and why should you know the important difference? Read Sherry’s blog post to learn more.
Stacey explains why a Revocable Living Trust needs to be properly funded in order to work well, and what the funding process entails.