Attorneys Mike Longyear and Jason Burnett will be presenting at a CLE course on Probate Administration this Thursday, November 13th. Mike Longyear is also co-chairing this program! This comprehensive course covers what you need to know from opening a probate to closing a probate and everything in between. Click this link for registration information and further event details!
Reed Longyear Malnati & Ahrens, PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of Carla Calogero as an Associate Attorney to our team of knowledgeable and professional attorneys. Ms. Calogero concentrates her practice in elder and special needs law; guardianships, probates and trusts; vulnerable adult protective actions; litigation and TEDRA (Trust and Estate Dispute Resolution Act) proceedings, and; advance care and estate planning. Find out more about Carla Calogero and her law practice by visiting her attorney bio page.
This is part two of a series on guardianship. The introduction to the series can be viewed here. How is a guardianship started? Anyone who is interested in the well-being of an alleged incapacitated person’s (AIP) can petition the court for the appointment of a guardian of the person and/or estate. A guardianship petition contains allegations […]
Our own Michael Longyear was recently interviewed by Bank Investment Consultant Magazine for their September cover story titled, “Dementia: The Growing Risk of Retirement.”
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What is an Employee Manual? In Washington State it almost certainly is not a contract or agreement to change the at-will nature of your employment. It is a guide for Employees to understand Company policies. It is a guide for Employers to understand their obligations under the law, and to establish policies and goals in […]
Clients often come to Reed Longyear Malnati & Ahrens, PLLC with questions about guardianship and what it means. While a guardianship proceeding can be stressful and complicated, it can be mitigated with the help of an experienced guardianship attorney, as well as taking a proactive approach to gain an understanding of the process and the […]
Reed Longyear proudly congratulates Noah Williams, who was named as a 2014 Washington Super Lawyers Rising Star in the areas of Employment & Labor, Employment Litigation: Defense, and Workers’ Compensation.
In Washington State, a Health Care Durable Power of Attorney (HCDPOA) is a document that allows the principal (the person for whom the document is prepared) to give a trusted individual the authority to make health care decisions on the principal’s behalf when the principal is unable to due to incapacity (See State of Washington […]
In Washington State, Non-Compete Agreements (NCAs) are enforceable, but the Courts often frown upon them. Lately I have received an increase in inquiries regarding the enforceability of NCAs. These calls come from a variety of sources: individuals leaving a position for greener-pastures; concerned business owners dealing with a messy separation; and former employees opening their […]