Washington, IA Estate Planning Attorneys

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  • David Michael Mathews
  • Shareholder at Day Meeker Lamping Schlegel & Salazar
  • Washington, IA U.S.A.
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  • Katherine E. M. Lujan
  • Partner at Lloyd, McConnell, Davis & Lujan, LLP
  • Washington, IA U.S.A.
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  • Craig Arbuckle
  • Attorney at Craig Arbuckle
  • Washington, IA U.S.A.
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  • Katie Mitchell
  • Member at Mitchell Law Office, PLC
  • Washington, IA U.S.A.
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  • Sara Strain Linder
  • Associate at Tindal Law Office
  • Washington, IA U.S.A.
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  • Robert Glenn Schlegel
  • Partner at Day Meeker Lamping Schlegel & Salazar
  • Washington, IA U.S.A.
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Estate Planning in Washington, IA

It's a common misconception that estate planning is only appropriate for the elderly and those who have amassed a significant amount of wealth. Not true. All adults who are mentally capable should have an estate plan, which can include a last will and testament, trusts and/or advance directive such as a healthcare power of attorney and living will. An estate planning lawyer can work with you and your spouse to assess your estate planning needs, create the documents which form the foundation of your plans and then update those documents as necessary. Estate planning law firms can also work with clients who have special needs and concerns, including those dealing with a chronic or terminal illness, the parents of disabled children and parents who want to protect certain assets for their children from a prior marriage.