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Daniel Orville Kellogg

Renton Estate Planning Attorney.

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  1. Young Families Need Estate Planning

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, about 4 years ago.

    Young families have many demands on their resources of time and money. It is very difficult to balance all of the needs of the family within the limits of available resources. On the other hand, it is very easy to assume that neither parent will be disabled or die. That assumptio...

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  2. Incorporation of a Nonprofit Corporation

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, about 4 years ago.

    Unincorporated Association: An unincorporated club, church or other group is an unincorporated association. All members of an unincorporated association are personally liable for any obligations incurred in connection with its activities.This risk should compel any reasonable p...

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  3. When Should I Check My Estate Planning Documents?

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, about 4 years ago.

    Estate planning documents, such as Wills, trusts, powers of attorney and Health Care Directives, are dynamic documents that need to be changed when the circumstances of your life change. There is a great temptation to feel that you can put the documents into a file or safety depo...

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  4. What is probate?

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, over 4 years ago.

    Why is the probate process a good thing? Because it provides a sensible means to protect all parties with an interest in the affairs of a deceased person. It protects the rights of creditors, and pro

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  5. Do I Need a Revocable Living Trust?

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, over 4 years ago.

    What is a Revocable Living Trust ("RLT")? An RLT is a trust that is created by an individual during lifetime to control and distribute assets owned by the individual both during lifetime, and more im

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  6. Do you need a power of attorney?

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, over 4 years ago.

    What is a power of attorney? A power of attorney is a written document that designates someone as an agent to make decisions for you. The technical name for such an agent is "attorney-in-fact". The

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  7. What is joint tenancy?

    Written by attorney Daniel Kellogg, over 4 years ago.

    Joint tenancy is different from other forms of concurrent ownership. Joint tenancy is the most common form of concurrent ownership of assets. However, there are other forms of concurrent ownership.

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