Burke Law Group provides cost effective estate planning for those clients with small to medium-sized estates. It is our goal to ensure that your desires regarding your estate, and your children, be fully identified and set into place for that time when you may no longer be able to do so, due to either death or incapacitation.
There are several documents that everyone should have properly executed for their estate planning, such as a Will, Healthcare Directive, and Power of Attorney. Additionally, there are other estate planning documents, such as trusts, retirement plans, and community property agreements, which may be needed in order to fully implement your estate planning desires.
It is important to meet with each estate planning client to gain a full understanding of their estate planning needs and desires. We review with you your financial situation and what your desires are for when you pass away or are no longer able to make the important financial and personal care decisions for yourself. There are many alternatives for estate planning, and we will review with you those alternatives that best fit your personal circumstances and future needs. We recognize the importance of having a plan in place that addresses the many possible routes that your life may take, not just for when you pass away.
Our emphasis on small to medium sized estates allows us to efficiently deliver these services at low costs that make it possible for virtually everyone to be able to afford personal and professional preparation of their estate planning documents.
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Old City Hall Building
221 N. Wall St., Suite 624
Spokane, WA 99201
Main Office: (509) 466-7770
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