Whether you are a seasoned homeowner or a brand-new homeowner in Washington State, you will no doubt come to learn that getting along with your neighbors is not always as easy as you would wish. Sometimes you will get lucky and develop a close and lifelong friendship with the people near you. Other times, however, you and your neighbors will find yourselves with competing interests. Resolving those situations can get tricky.
You might think that your will is the final word on your Washington estate, however big or small it may be. You should do whatever you like with what you leave behind, and give whatever you want to whomever you wish to have it. That’s true, but it’s also not true.
Children's literature often includes stories involving strained relationships between children and stepmothers. Sadly that can be the reality for many people today as remarriages after a divorce or even after a prior widowing experience are far from uncommon. While certainly many stepfamilies create strong and positive bonds, the fact remains that special care should be taken when making estate plans for a remarriage.
The terminal illness or death of a parent can, needless to say, stir up a number of complex emotions. For one, there is the aspect of caring for a potentially incapacitated family member who may need extensive medical attention and care. Secondly, adult children may face the responsibility of finding a reliable Seattle nursing home to ensure all needs are met. Finally, there comes the often tricky topic of a parent's will. When it does not appear fair, how can siblings work out the issues?
You've always loved finding ways to motivate your kids. You taught them how to share when they were little, how to work and study hard in grade school and how to approach adulthood with dedication and perseverance.
If you have ever lived next to, across the street or even down the street from neighbors that make you cringe or interfere with your ability to enjoy your home and environment, you are not alone. Many people in Washington State have experienced the same thing. In a way, neighbors are like family members in that you cannot pick them but you are left figuring out how to deal with them.