A Human Approach To Estate Planning
The law often seems intimidating and unapproachable, but the assistance of a dedicated and compassionate attorney can help you prevent issues from becoming problems. I am attorney Carrie Ulrich, and my goal is to assist you in crafting the necessary legal resources to prepare for what the future may bring.
Growing up in a rural area, I realized that various family disputes could be preventable with legal tools like estate planning. I also understand that talking to an attorney implies expensive fees and time that sometimes are out of reach in Washington. However, you will find that my fees are quite competitive, and I can meet you on weekends and after your working hours, whatever works best for you.
At the Orchid Law, in Seattle, my priority is to become your ally and explain how the law can help you prepare for unexpected events in plain English. I take the time to learn all about your priorities, personal history and expectations to ensure I am giving you the options that meet your needs. Your questions and concerns are my priority. You can text me any time, any day. I will text you back promptly.
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Weaving In Your Personal History And Legal Needs
As the daughter of an immigrant from Thailand, I know firsthand the challenges families face and all the complexities that may come after the passing or incapacitation of a loved one. I realized that a caring and knowledgeable lawyer could help many families solve legal issues and focus on what matters the most. This is one of the main reasons I decided to become an attorney, to help and give back to families like those around me in the community where I grew up.
Many difficulties and much heartbreak may be avoided with an estate plan to help you leave instructions or establish your will in some of the following ways:
- Instructions about medical treatments of your choice should you become incapacitated
- Appointment of guardians or individuals who will take care of your children and your assets
- Determination of the individuals who will inherit your possessions
It is a general belief that only the wealthy should have an estate plan. The truth is that anyone can have one, and it is one of the best solutions to give peace of mind to those you love.