Buying a home can be overwhelming. It may be the biggest financial purchase you’ve ever made, and to complicate matters, there are a large number of people involved. With all the real estate agents, inspectors, mortgage brokers, and appraisers taking part in the process, you may feel reluctant to take on the additional expense of working with a real estate attorney if it isn’t required in your state.
However, working with a lawyer for your house purchase could prevent serious problems down the road. Keep reading to find out when it makes sense to hire a real estate attorney.
Believe it or not, you already have an estate that needs planning, and you have important decisions regarding future care that need to be made. The sooner you start establishing your estate plan, the better.
More and more adult children are finding themselves in the position of caring for their aging parents. A difficult but essential part of that relationship is participating in the planning for end of life decisions. Fortunately, Washington law gives individuals a broad range of alternatives when confronting such issues.