Jensen Law Office, PLLC

Wills • Trusts • Probates

Dedicated to Serving Your Needs

Jensen Law Office, PLLC is primarily an Estate Planning  and Estate Administration law firm with offices in Seattle and Redmond representing clients throughout Washington. Our Attorneys assist people from all backgrounds by listening to their needs and tailoring our services to fit their unique situation and budget. By utilizing a comprehensive process and asking you the tough questions like, “What do you want?”, the lawyers of Jensen Law Office are able to create custom designed solutions for you.

 

We Listen to You

Every person has a unique mosaic of life that includes family, interests and dreams. At Jensen Law Office, we look at your life, listen to your needs and tailor our services to fit your life. Located in King County, Washington, we serve people from all religious backgrounds and spiritual philosophies, financial circumstances, and familial situations, whether traditional or non-traditional.

You and Your Family Are Our Top Priority

With a comprehensive process and custom designed estate plans, we can assist with small to large taxable estates. With our help, your plan will provide for all your loved ones, including pets and charities, with solutions that meet both your simple and complex health and financial needs. We recognize that our clients’ family needs extend beyond wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. Our services fall along a continuum of needs. 

Meet Our Team

Derek Jensen, Managing Attorney

Anita Shteynberg, Of Counsel

What Happens When Your Disabled Child Turns 18 and What You Need to Do Beforehand

When your child is under the age of 18, you, as their parent, can make most, if not all decisions, on their behalf. However, when your child turns 18, the law views them as an adult, and you no longer have the ability to control what and how decisions are made, or...

What to Do When Your Doctor Says to “Get Your Affairs in Order”

Five words no one ever wants to hear from their doctor: “Get your affairs in order.” Unfortunately, 58 percent of Americans do not have a will or trust, and it often requires a chronic disease or terminal illness diagnosis, or other life-changing event to prompt the...

What to Bring to Your First Meeting with the Estate Planning Attorney

If you are thinking about putting together an estate plan, it is important to consult with an attorney who is knowledgeable and experienced in this area of law. Your initial meeting with an estate planning attorney is a good opportunity to discuss your family’s...

Estate Planning Is Not Just About Money

It is a common misconception that financial management and estate planning are reserved for the wealthy. Regardless of how much you have in the bank, you and your family can benefit from planning ahead for the future. If you fail to do so, you could leave your family...

Choosing a Gift to Give a Charity

If you are considering making a donation to a public charity, you are not limited to donating cash. Depending upon your financial situation, giving objectives, and the needs of the charitable organization, certain accounts or pieces of property may be better suited...

Kids Going Away To College? Why You Should Include Estate Planning in the Preparation

You may have been running around for weeks, getting your new college student off to school. It's exhilarating, and your heart likely is bursting at the seams. You're probably prouder than words can express, but you’re also a little afraid, too. How can you make sure...

Common Mistakes with DIY Estate Plans

The internet offers all the information and tools we need at our fingertips to create our own estate plan, right? For most people, this is simply not true. Several years ago, Consumer Reports®, an independent nonprofit consumer watchdog group, created wills using the...

August: Back to School

Back to School!Planning for Your KidsWhether your child is starting 3rd grade or college, the beginning of the school year is an eventful and important time, especially this year. In honor of this, I would like to bring attention to the ways in which you can protect...

The SECURE Act: How Does It Affect Your Retirement Accounts?

On December 20, 2019, President Trump signed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act (SECURE Act), which became effective on January 1, 2020. The Act is the most impactful legislation affecting retirement accounts in decades. It will have a...

What to do with the family heirlooms and keepsakes

When most people think of estate planning, they think of assets that include money, real estate, and personal property. But, included in someone’s estate could be invaluable personal property, such as family heirlooms or keepsakes. This type of property should not be...

Phone: (206) 547-1412

 

Seattle Office &

Mailing Address:

1833 N 105th St, Suite 301
Seattle, WA 98133

Redmond Office:

8201 164th Ave NE, Suite 200
Redmond, WA 98052

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