If you're not certain how your family would be taken care of if something happens to you, working with an experienced comprehensive estate planning attorney is the first step to take for you and your loved ones. Through a collaborative process, you will set up a plan to ensure that your wishes are respected, your affairs are in order, and your family 's future is secure.
After practicing law for over 25 years, attorney Robert Taylor-Manning decided to open his own firm and focus his work on helping individuals and families in the Richland, Pasco, Kennewick, and the surrounding tri-state area of southeast Washington. Whether you are in the prime of your life or already enjoying your retirement years, making informed financial decisions is always a wise choice. From wills & trusts and special needs trusts to Medicaid planning, powers of attorney and probate law, Robert is well-versed in all aspects of comprehensive estate planning. For your peace of mind today and your family's security moving forward, you can meet with Robert today and start planning for the future right now.Learn More About Robert
When it's your family's future that is being considered, it's only right for you to have a say in the details of every part of the planning process. You will never be a spectator in your own financial preparations. Your attorney will be accessible and available to hear your concerns, answer your questions, and explain your options. Your best interests will remain the priority as you work together with your legal counsel to find the best plan for you.
Rather than waiting until it's too late, your wisest course of action is to start making a plan today. When you have a detailed and effective estate plan in place well in advance, you can ensure your family will not be confronted with frustration and confusion about how to deal with your affairs and assets when you are gone. Give your family the gift of a peaceful future by working with a knowledgeable estate planning attorney today.
The complexities of estate planning can be overwhelming. A qualified attorney will educate you and help you at every step throughout the process.
Having the knowledge and insight of an experienced attorney at work on your behalf will give you peace of mind and allow you to focus on enjoying your life.
Your family's future is an important thing to you, so you need the services of an attorney who will make listening to you and assisting you just as important.
Estate planning and making preparations for the eventuality of your passing can be a sobering experience for many of us, but there is also a fulfilling aspect of knowing you are doing what is right for you and those you care about most. For individuals and families in the Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland areas of Washington state, the complex intricacies of the comprehensive estate planning process can be made much easier by working with the Northwest Elder Law Center.
Attorney Robert Taylor-Manning brings over 25 years of law experience to help his clients learn more about the options available to them and make choices that are right for them and their unique situations. Robert will work together with you to both educate you about the estate planning process and plot out in meticulous detail each aspect of your financial affairs.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or dementia, it is imperative that you begin planning now for how your affairs will be handled and who will be allowed to make important decisions regarding them. Robert Taylor-Manning can assist you through the drafting of wills, trusts, or special needs trusts in order to adequately prepare for the future. In addition, Robert provides Medicaid planning services to help your assets last during a period of long-term medical care.
Having all of your financial bases covered for you and your loved ones allows you to have peace of mind in the event something happens to you. If you are in Kennewick, Washington, or the surrounding tri-state cities, and you are wanting to take steps to prepare for the future, contact the Northwest Elder Law Center to schedule your free consultation.