Spokane Wills and Probate Law

At Farrell Law office, we’re well versed in wills and probate law. Many people may think wills are only for the wealthy, but really wills are for anyone who has assets or minor children. A will can be the best investment in peace of mind for you and your loved ones.

Who needs a will?

Anyone who is married, has property, assets or minor children should have a will. Surprisingly between one half and two thirds of American don’t have a will. A will can ensure that minor children have a clearly appointed guardian and that your property and assets will be distributed how you choose. If you have a business a will makes sure that your business is left to the person you appoint. It can be especially important to have a will if you have many assets or a complex estate. Having a will also allows you to appoint an executor or trustee who will be tasked with carrying out your wishes as outlined in the document. If you don’t have a will your assets will be distributed in accordance with the laws of the state in which you live. To ensure the best outcome when it comes to your estate, it’s important to contact a trusted and respected attorney experienced in estate planning, such as Farrell Law Office.

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Probate Attorney

Administering an estate after the death of a loved on can be stressful and complex. In cases where there is no will the probate proceeding will allow the administrator of the deceased’s estate to take possession, take care of the decedent’s property, pay debt, taxes and distribute the property to rightful beneficiaries. This can be a lengthy process as there are many steps. Without complications, a typical simple probate case typically takes over 6 months to resolve. If you have questions about your will or probate law case, contact Farrell Law Offices Today.