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

Giving Thanks With Your Estate Plan

Estate planning covers more than just financial matters. Indeed, many use their estate plan to pass along their values as well as their wealth. One way to do this is to give thanks with your estate plan, by designating charitable giving or specific gifts that will...

Important Steps to Protect Your Special Beneficiaries

All children are a blessing. From the day they are born, you begin making plans to ensure that your child or grandchild has a bright future. What will their interests be? What job will they have? Who will they marry? While these are common concerns for most families,...

How A Living Trust Helps Your Family

There are several parts to an estate plan, one of them being a living trust. Common factors that prompt someone to create a trust include privacy, tax benefits, avoiding probate, and caring for family members with special needs. Estate planning also lets you dictate...

My Loved One Has Died – What Do I Do Now?

When a family member or other loved one dies, grief and shock can sometimes be overwhelming. The last thing most people want to think about is making phone calls or funeral arrangements. Some things do not need to be done immediately, but there are some steps that...

Special Estate Planning Considerations for Art and Other Collections

Many people have collections about which they are quite passionate: The collections may be very valuable, for example, art collections, coins, stamps, or designer handbags, or they may have more sentimental than monetary value, such as political bumper stickers,...

Three Keys to Protecting Yourself from a Rogue Executor

Unfortunately, sometimes a death in the family can bring out the worst in people. Indeed, family resentments sometimes simmer during a time of grieving - particularly when money and assets from the deceased’s estate are involved. If you are a beneficiary under a loved...

Legal Requirements to Consider When Selecting an Executor

The person you choose to be your executor (sometimes called a personal representative) will play an extremely important role, as that person will be responsible for gathering, securing, managing, and ultimately distributing your money and property when you pass away....

Estate Planning Basics for Newlyweds – How to Get Prepared for the Unexpected

It’s that time of year – the time for beautiful weddings, fun receptions, delicious cakes, special gifts, and romantic honeymoons.  While this is a joyous time for everyone, it’s also time for you and your new spouse to plan for your future – for richer or for poorer,...

Legal Paperwork Cheatsheet: A Guide to the Top 12 Must-Have Documents

Whether you own a little or a lot, the last thing you want to do to your loved ones is leave a bureaucratic mess after you pass away or become incapacitated. Aside from mourning your passing or a significant deterioration in your health, this will cause the family...

3 Things You Must Do Once Your Divorce Is Final

The divorce process can be long and expensive.  However, the work does not end once the divorce decree is signed. In order to ensure that your assets and estate planning wishes are carried out in light of this major life change, there are three things you must do as...

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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