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Category: Trusts and Estates

Family and Finance | Trusts and Estates | on November 21, 2019 / By LNWM Ways to Fund a Trust: From Quick and Easy to Extensive Contrary to popular belief, there's no need to put a lot of money into a trust right away, for it to be effective a...
Family and Finance | Trusts and Estates | on November 12, 2019 / By LNWM Trusts Vs. Wills: 6 Reasons You Need Both According to a recent article in Forbes, Millennials (young people now between the ages of 21 and 37) stand to inhe...
Family and Finance | Trusts and Estates | on September 11, 2019 / By Independent Media Where There’s A Will, There’s Not Always An Estate Plan When I ask retirees if they have an updated estate plan in place, I get a mix of responses. Some people recognize t...
Family and Finance | Trusts and Estates | on July 31, 2019 / By Independent Media Trusts Are Not Just for the Super Wealthy Ed Sheeran’s “Trust Fund Baby” (a hit single recorded by the California boy band Why Don’t We) speaks deris...
Financial and Business Planning | Investment Management | Trusts and Estates | on July 24, 2019 / By LNWM Laird Norton Wealth Management Ranked Among Top Financial Advisors in WA State We are pleased to be included again this year in AdvisoryHQ’s 2018-2019 list of Top Ranked Financial Advisors in...
Trusts and Estates | on May 06, 2019 / By Susan Zurek Ensuring a Special Needs Trust Works As Planned Choosing the right trustee is key for the success of any trust, but this is especially true for a Special Needs Tru...
Trusts and Estates | on April 23, 2019 / By LNWM LNWM’s Carla Wigen Elected to American College of Trust and Estate Counsel We are pleased to announce that on April 17, 2019, the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) named L...
Trusts and Estates | on April 12, 2019 / By LNWM Revocable Trusts at Laird Norton Wealth Management: Our Commitment to You ***I own property or other assets in different states, and do not want go through the probate process in each state...
Family and Finance | Trusts and Estates | on March 20, 2019 / By Independent Media Disasters happen. That’s why you should have a home inventory. With floods, fires, tornadoes, superstorms and even cranes toppling onto apartment buildings, no home is completely...