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Attorney Kelly Kenn has prepared many estate plans over the course of more than seventeen years serving people in Issaquah and King County.  At The Law Office of Kelly Kenn, the goal is to help individuals and families make plans that ensure that their wishes are followed and their assets are protected for future generations.

Attorney Kelly Kenn is honored to help people prepare their estate planning documents.  She feels that her skill and knowledge can be of great benefit to clients as she helps them plan for their spouses, children, unexpected incapacity and asset distribution after death.  It is so important to Kelly that her clients are protected.

Kelly Kenn is experienced in drafting and reviewing many types of estate planning documents, such as:

  • Simple wills
  • Wills with minor trusts
  • Advanced health care directives, also called living wills
  • Bypass trust planning with wills
  • Revocable living trusts
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Life insurance trusts 
  • Health care powers of attorney
  • Financial powers of attorney
  • Community property agreements
  • Special Needs trusts

After working hard for many years to build your estate, you want to make sure that your property, heirlooms and other assets are passed on to your selected beneficiaries.  This firm can help you draft simple wills or trusts that ensure that this happens.  We can also help you select a guardian for your minor children and set up trusts in case you are unable to care for them.

For those who have property in more than one state it is important you know how to avoid the additional expenses of multiple probates in individual states.  Kelly has worked with clients to drafts such estate planning documents.

If you become terminally ill or incapacitated, you still have the right to decide what medical treatment or care you want.  Kelly Kenn can help draft advance health care directives and powers of attorney that can ensure your wishes are followed or that a trusted person will make decisions according to your wishes.

For help with writing a will, power of attorney, trust or any other estate planning document, contact Kelly Kenn in Issaquah.  We can be reached at (425) 392-0351 or email kelly@kellykennlaw.com