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

Can a Non-U.S. Citizen Create an Estate Plan in the U.S.?

The United States has experienced a surge in immigration since 1970, and there are now approximately 45 million foreign-born people living in the United States. Some of them have become U.S. citizens, but many non-citizens live in the United States as well. In 2019...

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day! For many people the 4th of July marks the official beginning of summer. School has been over for awhile and the Seattle weather is just starting to warm up. This year, the 4th of July comes during a time that has been difficult for many people....

Signing Requirements for Living Wills and Power of Attorneys

Estate planning documents can often be signed without an attorney being present.  Some people may prefer the convenience and safety of their home and others may need to sign their documents while hospitalized or traveling.  The required formalities for executing...

Myths We Tell Ourselves About Estate Planning

Estate planning can be a very difficult process. While it’s not brain surgery, making the decision to move forward with the planning requires us to face the fact that we will not live forever. This thought can stop many people right in their tracks. Others talk...

Happy 18th Birthday! Now What?

Congratulations! You are now considered a legal adult. Aside from purchasing alcohol, there is now very little you cannot legally do. Even though you may not feel any different, from a legal standpoint, a lot has changed. When you were a minor (under the age of 18),...

Saying “I Love You” With Your Estate Plan

While saying the words “I love you” is indeed romantic, you should know that putting together a well-crafted estate plan is a concrete way to care for your family in the long run. This is because doing so will help prevent your surviving family members from scrambling...

Starting Pride Month off right, COVID-19, and more

Notes from Derek: Starting Pride Month off right, COVID-19, and moreStarting Pride Month off right June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. This month is dedicated to supporting and honoring members of the LGBTQ+ community. It is especially important to recognize their ongoing...

Important Estate Planning Considerations for LGBTQ+ Couples

Everyone needs estate planning. Regardless of your age, race, gender, or sexual orientation, properly protecting your future and your loved ones requires a plan. For LGBTQ+ couples, there are a few things you should consider when thinking about crafting an estate...

Big “Life Changes” Often Mean Big “Estate Plan Changes”

Many people who put together an estate plan do so when they start a family - assuming they put an estate plan together at all during their lifetime. While putting an estate plan together is a good thing to do, many people make few updates once the plan has been...

COVID-19: A Reminder of Why Estate Planning Is Important

Coronavirus has been all over the news—and with good reason. For some people, it can turn into a serious illness if contracted. Thankfully, for the great majority of people who have contracted the disease, the symptoms appear to be relatively mild. Nevertheless, it is...

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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