Wills Attorney Kirkland

A will allows you to divide your estate according to your wishes when you are no longer living instead of the property in question being given to the state or other means of probate. To understand more about wills, you need the legal services of a Wills Attorney in Kirkland. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can provide you with this attorney.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. offers family, criminal and estate planning services. Led by attorney Paul Eagle, our firm has decades of experience, compassion and commitment required to meet your specific needs.

A will allows you to protect assets and property and provide health care decisions and financial management in the event of your incapacity. Our staff has attention to detail and provides one-on-one service in order to walk you through the successful and detailed completion of your will. We understand the significance of a will and can help craft the proper documentation from start to finish.

The law in Washington also permits you to give your personal representative non-intervention powers. This means that your estate can be settled without most of the court proceedings that are usually required in other states.

For more information, call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to our Wills Attorney in Kirkland.


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