Services

We advise clients and their families on a wide range of elder law and estate planning issues, including planning for those with disabilities. Our attorneys can assist with:
Will, Trusts & Estate Planning

Will, Trusts & Estate Planning

We can't predict or control the future, but we can plan for the inevitable. Incapacity planning and proper estate planning are among the most helpful things you can do for yourself and your family.… Read More

Long Term Care Planning

Long Term Care Planning

You should plan for your Long term care before the need arises. We encourage you to consider purchasing Long term care insurance. As with any insurance policy, the earlier you buy in, the lower the premium. … Read More

Probate and Estate Administration

Probate and Estate Administration

When a resident of the state of Washington passes away, their estate must be administered and disposed of according to law. It is possible to arrange one's affairs in a way that all assets have been disposed of before death, thus leaving no estate subject to probate. … Read More

Special Needs Trusts

Special Needs Trusts

A typical estate plan will distribute your property to surviving loved ones and favorite charities. If your children are adults, you may choose to leave funds to them outright. … Read More

Guardianship and Trust Administration

Guardianship and Trust Administration

Sometimes life takes turns we do not anticipate. A debilitating stroke, an accident resulting in severe injuries, a money award to a minor, or any number of health, financial, or life circumstances may bring about a situation requiring the administration of another person's affairs. … Read More

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The Team

At the office of Hickman Menashe, P.S., we have 50+ years of combined legal experience. Our law firm is AV-rated under Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review Rating System*. We take a holistic approach, working to address all related legal concerns, including elder law, and estate planning. Our primary goal at all times is to protect your rights and help you move effectively toward the outcome you want.
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We pride ourselves in being associated with the most respected and prestigious networks and organizations to allow us to better serve our clients with the resources they need and deserve.

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We represent individuals throughout the Seattle area, in both King and Snohomish County, and all over Washington State, including Lynnwood, Shoreline, Lake Stevens, Edmonds, Bothell, Mill Creek, Monroe, Snohomish, Marysville, Mercer Island, Kirkland, Redmond,  Woodinville, Renton and Tukwila.

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We bring excellence and experience to every case we are apart of. Take a look at our blogs and learn more about your case and what to do.

Who Is Covered? – Special Needs Trust

One of the more unique legal documents that’s drawn up periodically is the special needs trust. This type of financial trust is set up for a person who has a disability, which can be physical or mental in nature of both. While those setting up a trust are usually family members (such as parents), sometimes… Read More

Procedure For Setting Up Long term Care

When it comes to your own personal health, it is always best to plan for the future. If you fail to do this, you will be leaving your fate in the hands of other people. Thanks to modern medical science, people are now living longer than at any point in human history. Because of this,… Read More

Why Family Meetings Are Important

As we get older, it becomes increasingly important to organize our lives so that if something happens to us, our adult children or other loved ones will know what to do. An unexpected accident or hospitalization can leave family members scrambling for information about financial or household issues. For example, someone may need to know… Read More

Updating Wills

Congratulations, you have a will in place! If you already have a legal will in place, then you have taken an important step in protecting your family! No one likes to think about their own death, but having a will in place, or a living trust, will help ensure your assets are quickly transferred to… Read More