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John Hugg focuses his practice on business and estate planning. He graduated from Seattle University School of Law where he was a member of the school’s Law Review, and he obtained his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington. Prior to joining Avantlaw, John practiced in Seattle where he assisted clients with numerous business transactions, contractual matters, employment matters, bankruptcy, real estate and estate planning.
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Washington State recently revised portions of its trust and estate statutes. The new law makes explicit a trustee’s duty to provide notices to certain parties. Those parties, normally current and remainder beneficiaries of the trust, must be notified of the following: the existence of the...
We’ll be talking trusts and what you can do with them on Tuesday’s edition of Brashenomics. Tune in to KKNW AM 1150 at 4:00 on March 20, 2012 for more.
On Monday, February 20, I will be answering questions about estate planning issues on Brashenomics, a local talk radio program on KKNW A.M. 1150. The show is scheduled to air at 3:00 p.m. The following day, I am scheduled to give a seminar on Advance Directives and End-of-Life issues at Brittany...
Effective January 1, 2012, a number of changes to Washington law pertaining to trusts and estates will become effective. One of these changes is the codification of a trustee’s duty to notify the beneficiaries of the existence of a trust and keep those beneficiaries informed regarding the...
On Wednesday, December 14, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., I will be conducting a seminar on Advance Directives at the Mill Creek Senior Center in Mill Creek, Washington. The class focuses on all aspects of Powers of Attorney, Living Wills and the POLST form. The program is sponsored by Evergreen...