I hope you are all enjoying a sun-filled, fun and relaxing summer! Our team continues to stay focused on assisting our estate planning, probate and business clients. If you need legal assistance in any of these areas, please contact us!
As you can see, some of our team enjoyed local beer and good company earlier this month at Lantern Brewing in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle. It’s been awhile since we’ve caught up in person!
“Would you prefer to have a brief period on Facebook that your account is memorialized, friends are informed of your death, information about your memorial service and tributes from your Facebook contacts can be posted, and then your profile is deleted? Or would you instead prefer that your Facebook contacts receive birthday notifications for years after your death?” Stacey delves into why it’s important to pay attention to your digital assets as an integral part of estate planning.
Much like the Madrigal family in Disney’s Encanto, many families have a family member such as Bruno who they’d prefer not to mention. But when Bruno is an heir to an estate, even if everyone pretends he doesn’t exist, it is important that he still receives notice that a Personal Representative has been appointed. Why? Sherry explains in her latest post.
Of course, most healthy young people can’t anticipate an illness or accident ending their lives too soon. But what if the unexpected happens and you die without estate planning in place? Stacey explains why estate planning in your 20s and 30s is a good idea.