FAQs

What is a Durable Power of Attorney?

Establishing Powers of Attorney is very important, but isn’t something that you should try to tackle on your own. Let’s talk a little about what...

What Is the Difference Between Medicaid and Medicare?

Medicaid and Medicare are often confused for one another. While it is true that these are both government-funded programs, how they work and who they...

What Benefits Does Medicaid Provide?

Medicaid, called Apple Health in the state of Washington, is a federal and state funded program designed to provide health insurance to those who cannot...

Your Right To Copies of Your Medical Records

Under Washington State law you have the right to examine and obtain copies of your medical records. The statute in part reads: “Patients need access...

How Much Does Estate Planning Cost?

Proper Estate Planning is necessary to protect yourself, your assets, and your loved ones – and it is for everyone, not just seniors or people...

Do I Need Long-Term Care Insurance?

Planning for the costs of Long-Term Care is an essential part of comprehensive Estate Planning. As life expectancy rises, the likelihood of needing Long-Term Care...

What is Estate Planning?

What is Estate Planning? Your estate is comprised of everything you own, including bank accounts, investments accounts, real property, cars, life insurance, and personal possessions....

What is Elder Law?

What is Elder Law? Elder Law is a highly specialized area of law involving legal issues that predominantly affect seniors, the disabled, their loved ones...