Wednesday, August 16, 2017

It's back to school for Seattle - know these dates!

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 Get ready for Back to School Seattle!!  Here are the school calendar dates you should know about! 

Relax…Your Lawyer should be Your Friend.

The second most stressful thing about the legal system after appearing in court is hiring the right attorney.  You are looking for someone who listens and is empathetic about your particular case and what you are going through.  You need guidance through the rigors of the legal system.

When you are in their office you want to be sitting across the desk from someone who has empathy for your particular situation.  At this point, you don’t need some hard-hitting, loud talking lawyer.  You are looking for a compassionate friend who understands the ins and outs of the legal system.

That person exists in the Seattle area.  He is Bellevue, Washington lawyer Lyle Clark.  Attorney Clark has spent the last 40 years of his life aiding Washingtonians in pursuing cases involving social security, family law, and constructing wills and probate for his constituents.  Why not give Lyle a call and see if he is right for you at (425) 452-3092.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Upcoming Events in Seattle, August 2017

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Use the Seattle Area Calendar of Events to plan your next family adventure or date night! 

Wills and Estate Planning.

Who among us does not procrastinate when it comes to this matter?  The very idea of addressing the issue forces us to face our own mortality.  If we had the exact date when you were scheduled to shuffle off this mortal coil, perhaps there would be no sense of urgency in making sure that your estate has been properly allocated by YOU while you are of sound mind.

Estate planning goes much further than just doing a will.  Here is why.  It not only deals with the precise distribution of your assets, but it also follows the wishes that you have for the people that you care about most.  In the long run, it may go a long way in determining a smaller tax bill, court costs, and fees that your loved ones could pay. You may wish to plan for powers of attorney or directives to physicians.

We should all think about the inevitable.  If you are a baby-boomer, for example then you have spent decades acquiring wealth and possessions.  Isn’t it time to consider where all of that will be going when you are gone?  For over four and a half decades Lyle Clark has been a Seattle area will and estate attorney.  Call him for an appointment at his Bellevue office at (425) 452-3092.