Estate Planning

Planning for your unique family and financial goals

Planning for your unique family and financial goals

Disposition Authorizations


What happens to my body after I die? Under Washington law, funeral homes take instructions when they are left in a witnessed writing by the decedent, or from next of kin. The problem is that the next of kin aren’t always in agreement: Did Dad want to be cremated or buried? Did Mom have specific instructions? After a death is a difficult time to make those decisions, so we help clients put their intentions in writing. We can also help discuss Washington’s new provisions for composting, as well as other options our clients sometimes are interested in such as body donation.