In this guide, we’ll teach you all about when you should begin planning your estate, whether you need an attorney, and how to avoid common estate planning pitfalls.CONTINUE READING
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In some areas of the country, the participation of a real estate attorney is required in order to sell your property. Washington State does not require a real estate attorney, but nearly half the states in the U.S. do. If you plan on selling a property on the East Coast, South, or Midwestern portions of the country, check the state’s requirements before getting started.CONTINUE READING
There are steps that you can take to plan for your family’s future and make sure they don’t need to fight for your estate in court. In this article, you will learn which actions can help reduce confusion and lessen the likelihood that your family will go through the painful, grueling, and expensive process of litigation.CONTINUE READING
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.CONTINUE READING
When you have a complex legal problem, you need to find an experienced lawyer who can offer strategic advice, provide legal information, and apply well-developed skills to your case. Here’s how to find the right lawyer for your situation in Everett, WA.CONTINUE READING
If you’re like most people, you’re probably unsure how to find the best lawyer for your case. You may wonder whether a well-known lawyer from another city or state would be more helpful than a local lawyer.CONTINUE READING