Estate Planning Attorney, Puyallup & Gig Harbor
At the Law Offices of Bryana Cross Bean, we offer a wide range of estate planning services to help you protect your future.
Many people think that estate planning is something that only the elderly or the wealthy need to think about. But if you have family members who depend on you, then the reality is that it’s never too early to start planning. At Law Offices of Bryana Cross Bean, we’re here to help you make the right decisions for your estate and your family. Our estate planning services in Puyallup and Gig Harbor are designed to offer you the peace of mind you deserve, no matter your age, the size of your estate, or the state of your health.
Whether you need to create a Will, establish a Durable Power of Attorney, or set up a Trust, we’re here for you. Our goal is to help you protect you and your family’s future by planning out every detail of your estate.
Decisions regarding your estate shouldn’t be left up to just anyone. At the Law Offices of Bryana Cross Bean, we’ll work hard to make sure that your best interests are represented. We give personal attention to every matter to help ensure all of our clients’ wishes are met. Our services include:
- Long-term care provisions
- Estate administration
- End-of-life arrangements
- Drafting documents such as Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Trusts, Living Wills, and more.
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Bryana Cross Bean
Attorney at Law
Estate Planning Frequently Asked Questions
What is estate planning?
Estate planning is the process of planning for incapacity through documents such as Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, and Health Care Directives (Living Wills)
What are the essential estate planning documents?
The essential documents everyone needs no matter their situation are a Will, Durable Power of Attorney, and Living Will (Advanced Directive).
Do I need a trust?
It really depends on your situation. There are many different types of trusts for different purposes. The most common is a Revocable Living Trust, which can be a useful way to avoid probate.