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What Happens if a Washington Trust Beneficiary Refuses to Accept a Distribution?

By Moulton Law Offices, P.S. |

People often create revocable trusts in an attempt to keep their estate planning private. Unlike a will, which is subject to court-administered probate in Washington, a trust is generally not a matter of public record. That said, lawsuits can and do arise over the administration of trusts, in which case their provisions can still… Read More »

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Do All Estates Have to Go Through Probate in Washington?

By Moulton Law Offices, P.S. |

Probate is a legal process overseen by the courts that is sometimes required after a person passes away. Probate gives the personal representative of a person’s estate the authority to pay the taxes and debts of the deceased, collect their assets, and ultimately transfer assets to beneficiaries. The personal representative of the estate is… Read More »

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