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How to Open a Washington State Probate

To start the probate process, an executor needs to file several different documents. These documents include: a Death Certificate, an Original Will (if there is one), Oath of Executor, Petition for Probate, and a Proposed Order to Open Probate. Some of these documents might be slightly different if your loved one did not have a [..]

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5 Great Ways to Use Your Free 15 Minute Phone Consultation

When you are first looking into hiring an attorney you may be struck by a lot of attorney’s advertising “free consultation” or “free 15 minute interview”. These few free minutes offer you the opportunity to discover a lot of important information about not only your legal issue but also the legal field and the attorney [..]

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You have a will, now what?

Congratulations, you have an estate plan!  Hopefully, you feel a sense of calm and confidence that only comes with knowing that you have something in place to help your family manage your affairs in case something happens to you. Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directives (also known as Living Wills or Health Care Directives) [..]

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Choosing Your Personal Representative

A Personal Representative can be any individual who is sane, above the age of 18, and who is not a felon and has never been convicted of any crime “involving moral turpitude”. Crimes involving moral turpitude are crimes such as fraud and perjury, crimes that inherently involve lying and dishonesty. A Personal Representative can also [..]

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Your Digital Footprint and Your Estate Plan

In the age of computers, email, social media, and online banking not many of us are only keeping paper statements and records of passwords. Intellectual property rights to things like websites, online assets like bitcoin, and even are social media are part of your ‘Digital Assets’. If done correctly, your estate plan can help your [..]

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Missed Asset in Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can often be stressful and requires you to keep track of a large amount of paperwork. Part of an attorney’s job is to help keep your information organized and update you on what the court needs to see so your bankruptcy goes as smoothly as possible. In our office, we start this [..]

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Communes and Strippers and Cannabis – Oh my!

Limitless Law is here to help, both with your standard and not-so-standard legal questions OK, so it’s true that people hesitate to call an attorney for a number of reasons: They don’t know exactly what kind of attorney to call; they don’t know if a lawyer can actually help with their problem; or they’re afraid [..]

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Social Media and Private Communications

In this modern day and age when everything is online and even businesses have social media pages it can often be difficult to discern when it is appropriate to use websites like Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, and other social media platforms to contact professionals. However, it is especially important that you reconsider the use of these [..]

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