Estate Planning & Asset Protection

There are some documents that everyone over 18 should have in place – do not leave your family in the mess that will exist if you become incapacitated or pass away without doing this planning for yourself!

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Comprehensive Estate Planning

A comprehensive Estate Plan with our team will include a review of your estate and non-estate assets and a discussion on how to most efficiently transition your assets to beneficiaries at your death.

The team at Ishihara and Parker Law Firm PLLC incorporates your personal and family situation and the mistakes we often see families make. Our comprehensive approach includes assistance with:

  • Discussing Your Options and Putting Your Estate Plan in Place
  • Protecting your Assets and Planning for your Beneficiaries
  • Financial and Medical Powers of Attorney and Directives
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Asset Protection Trusts
  • Ladybird Deeds
  • Estate/Inheritance Tax Planning


where to start

Many of our Estate Planning & Asset Protection clients have these questions about the future.

What do I need to have in place to plan for retirement?
What is a Revocable Living Trust? Do I need one?
How can I protect my assets if I need Long Term Care?
Will i lose my house if I need skilled nursing?
How can I protect my Beneficiaries?
Will I pay Inheritance or Estate Taxes?
How can I best include charitable beneficiaries or my church in my estate plan?

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Too many people fail to plan for what happens if they become incapacitated or when they die. You can avoid placing this unnecessary burden on loved ones – call us today!