This issue covers estate planning for business owners, accounting for art in estate planning, understanding the terms in health care directives, encouraging elderly relatives to create an estate plan, and estate planning during a pandemic.
This issue covers qualified charitable distributions, owning property jointly, silent trusts, how to avoid choosing the wrong executor, and whether you need a revocable living trust.
The Stokes Lawrence Employment practice presented its annual workshop for Washington Employers virtually.
On November 12, 2020, Employment attorney Kelby Fletcher presented his observations and recent appellate developments in Washington employment law at the WSBA 20th Annual Labor & Employment Law Conference.
This issue covers estate planning for the sandwich generation, using a qualified personal residence trust to transfer ownership of a home, forgiving intrafamily loans, high-risk stock exposure, and year-end gifting.
This issue covers recent tax law changes, charitable tax incentives created by the CARES Act, decanting a trust, creating an estate planning road map, and administering your spouse's or domestic partner's estate.