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Employers’ 2019 Update: The New Family Leave Act

If you are an employer, you may be confused by what the new Washington State “Family Leave Act” means for your business. The Washington Paid Family & Medical Leave Act was signed into law on July 5, 2018 and went into effect on January 1, 2019. Employees cannot apply to receive benefits under the new [..]

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Funeral Rites (and Rights) – Do You Know Yours?

The death of a loved one is a difficult time that often requires those who are burdened by grief to make some big decisions. Making sure you have a solid estate plan in place means being able to provide your loved ones with some direction and comfort at that challenging moment.  While it’s not easy [..]

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Happy Fifth Anniversary to Limitless Law!

We’re celebrating FIVE years in business this month!  Limitless thanks to all of our clients, friends and community supporters.  We have loved every minute of helping you to answer your legal questions and solve your legal problems before they start.  We are looking forward to many more years of helping our clients and our community.  [..]

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‘Til Debt Do Us Part

Often times marital troubles and divorce come hand-in-hand with money troubles. Not only is the process often expensive, but you are often facing a future with half or less the household income you were accustomed to living on. With this change in circumstances it is not surprising that sometimes debt starts to become overwhelming and [..]

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First Impressions Matter

When you are first contacting attorneys for help in any matter you might be unsure of how to go about it. Do you call and make an appointment? Do you just walk in? Can you just talk to them on the phone right now? Just as a matter of industry standard most attorneys will not [..]

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When to Trust?

In order to determine whether you need to utilize a trust as part of your estate plan, your attorney will also need some of the following information. While a trust is a common tool in other states, Washington probate is fairly straightforward and so a trust is usually not necessary unless some of the following [..]

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What is Community Property? Do I Need a Pre-Nup?

Washington State (the home base of Limitless Law PLLC) is a community property state. That means when a couple marries or enters into a domestic partnership they are agreeing to share everything in their lives, including property and debt. Community Property can only exist when a couple is legally married or in a registered domestic [..]

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