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Seattle Estate Planning Lawyers Mary Anne Vance, P.S.
Seattle Probate & Estates Lawyers Mary Anne Vance, P.S.
What You Need to Know About Long-Term Care Insurance. (NAIC)

It's Tempting to Take Social Security at 62. You Should Wait. (NY Times)

New Tax Help Will Help Washington Residents Pay for Long-Term Care (NY Times)

Could Trees Be the New Gravestones? (NY Times)

Federal Tax Laws for Home Gain Exclusion (Bader Martin)

Investing for Social Impact is Complicated. Here are 4 Ways to Simplify It. (NY Times)

John Singleton's Family Fights for Control of His Affairs After Stroke (NY Times)

How to Make Doctors Think About Death (NY Times)

You're a Widow. Now What? (NY Times)

Checking on Social Security Estimates is a Good Idea, But Many People Don't Do It (NY Times)

When Condo Boards and Residents Clash, Legal Bills Mount (NY Times)

With Funeral Home Rules Due for an Update, There's a Push for Online Prices (NY Times)

Where There's Rarely a Doctor in the House: Assisted Living (NY Times)

Profile: Mary Anne Vance — A Balanced Life (as published in the King County Bar Association's "Bar Bulletin" newspaper, March 2019)

What to Say (and What Not to Say) to Someone Who's Grieving (NY Times)

The Legalities of the Most Controversial Health Care Procedure (US News)

When Private Fights Over Millions Become Public (Things Get Ugly) (NY Times)

WA St. Weighs New Option After Death: Human Composting (NY Times)

Of a Certain Age? You May Need to Withdraw Money From a Retirement Account. (NY Times)

The Simplest Annuity Explainer We Could Write (NY Times)

Maintaining Balance in Retirement Accounts (NY Times)

Have a Social Security Question? Please Hold. (NY Times)

How & When to Talk to Your Children About Money (NY Times)

Countdown to Retirement: A Five Year Plan (NY Times)

Making Wills Easier and Cheaper with DIY Options (NY Times)

What You Need to Know About Safe Deposit Boxes (NY Times)

It's Tempting to Take Social Security at 62. You Should Wait. (NY Times)

Robocalls Flooding Your Cell Phone? Here's How to Stop Them (NY Times)

When She Earns More: As Roles Shift, Old Ideas on Who Pays the Bills Persist (NY Times)

Should You Get a Divorce Now or Later? (NY Times)

Rescued From Obscurity: How Discarded Items Become Treasures (NY Times)

Estate Planning for Your Pets: Pet Trusts (Pet Connection)

Estate Planning: Do You Need One? (Fidelity)

When a $1,000 Gift Is Better Than $1 Million (NY Times)

Aretha Franklin Died Without a Will, Estate Issues Loom (NY Times)

Caring for Aging Parents, With an Eye on the Broker Handling Their Savings (NY Times)

10 Estate Planning Tips for Families with Beneficiaries with Special Needs (Schiff Hardin)

In a Chinese Village, Elderly Farmers Are Now Yogis (NY Times)

Balancing the Benefit and the Burden of Wealth (NY Times)

Thinking About Retirement? Consider Working a Little Longer (NY Times)

In Elderly Hands, Firearms Can Be Even Deadlier (NY Times)

Wheelchairs Prohibited in the Last Place You'd Expect (NY Times)

Part of an Unmarried Couple? How Marital Status Affects Financial and Estate Plans (Checkpoint)

What It Was Like to Finally Write My Will (NY Times)

If You Don't Have Children, What Do You Leave Behind? (NY Times)

Single? No Children? No Will? Big Mistake. (NY Times)

7 Ways to Judge a Retirement Community's Financial Health (NY Times)

No Pension? You Can 'Pensionize' Your Savings (NY Times)

How the New Tax Law Affects Rental Real Estate Owners (Bader Martin)

How to Plan for the Unforeseen (NY Times)

Is Loneliness a Health Epidemic? (NY Times)

Funeral Homes Slow to Put Prices Online (NY Times)

One Day Your Mind May Fade. At Least You'll Have a Plan. (NY Times)

How to Win at Retirement Savings (NY Times)

Planning for the Unforseen with Websites and Advisers (NY Times)

The "Daughter Care" System (NY Times)

It's Decision Time for Aging Artists (NY Times)

Recovery Varies after a Spouse Dies (NY Times)

Weighing Future Health Needs for Long Term Care (Seattle Times)

Seattle Probate & Estates Lawyers Mary Anne Vance, P.S.

Seattle, WA Estate & Trust Lawyers

Mary Anne Vance
Reed Longyear Malnati & Ahrens
801 2nd Avenue, Suite 1415
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 624-6271


Mary Anne Vance