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The Three Biggest Obstacles To Completing An Estate Plan

Although everyone should have an estate plan, I am constantly amazed at how many people procrastinate about following through with this key responsibility.  When I was new to the practice of law, it was much easier for me to look at the planning that many people fail to do, and dismiss it as irresponsibility and selfishness, but nearly a decade and a half of practicing law has softened my perspective, and I have an empathy for people who haven’t yet executed documents that will make life easier for those they leave behind when they pass away.   1,376 more words

Pieces Of The Puzzle

Will or Trust? A Decision, Not Dilemma.

When I am doing estate planning for clients, often my biggest obstacle is someone I’ve never met.  That person is “My Buddy…”

I’ve discussed this person with attorneys who practice in other areas of law, and surprisingly enough, “My Buddy…” has often contributed free advice to their clients as well.   1,022 more words

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Jerome C. Scowcroft, Esq.

Title: Attorney at Law
Company: Jerome C. Scowcroft Attorney at Law
Location: Seattle, WA United States
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FREE 45MIN-Probate Real Estate Online Crash Course

Thursday Jan 22nd,  7pm (PST) –   I will be hosting a Crash Course Online Class where I’ll be laying out the Basics of working probate real estate. 113 more words

Probate

Born & Bred Blog

HISTORY DETECTIVES

The duo at Born & Bred were honoured to be showcased in the fantastic Autumn issue of Frankie magazine. Phoebe discussed her love of genealogy and the uncovering of family skeletons and Lee talked about her intrigue over creepy mysteries and stories with no ending. 64 more words

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Initiative 594's Inheritance Trap

I-594 isn’t just a compounding of previous violations of the Second Amendment, it is also fraught with traps for the unwary, including one for those who inherit pistols. 304 more words

Pieces Of The Puzzle

Avoiding Unnecessary Liability In Probates

One of the biggest mistakes I often see in probate matters is when a Personal Representative of an estate sells real estate and conveys it by Statutory Warranty Deed. 514 more words

Pieces Of The Puzzle