Washington Elder Law and Estate Planning Attorney
The Law Office of Timothy E. Williams is dedicated to providing competent, efficient, and timely legal services. Timothy E Williams is an experienced Washington elder law attorney devoted to estate planning and administration, including probates. He is experienced at guardianships and special needs trusts for the elderly disabled, the mentally ill, and those with developmental disabilities; his present practice is focused on those with developmental disabilities. He also provides advice and assistance in the areas of Medicaid and long term care planning and estate preservation.
While he does not give free consultations, his rates are reasonable. Mr. Williams is focusing on his established clients, and is not presently taking new clients. If your matter can wait, we anticipate taking on new clients beginning in April, 2017.
Whether your needs are for traditional estate planning, a probate, a guardianship or Special Needs Trust for a disabled relative, or more complex legal representation, you want efficient & meaningful results. Our goal is to achieve those results through dedication, hard work and total commitment to professional excellence.
If you are facing a crisis brought on by the death or significant disability of a loved one, we understand the anxiety and uncertainty that is often caused by those life shattering events. By closely communicating with each person who entrusts such important matters to us, we inspire confidence and assurance in their cause. Mr. Williams is an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and is an experienced Washington elder law attorney.
While often these Washington elder law and estate planning issues are uncontested, occasionally there are significant disagreements between family members or others regarding the care of a loved one or the distribution of an estate. Sometimes there are issues regarding the making of a will or trust. We no longer practice mediation and litigation but are happy to refer you to other local attorneys.
We welcome any questions or comments you may have about either Washington elder law or Washington estate planning. Feel free to contact us at any time. You can send us a message directly to email@example.com.
Mr. Williams presents regularly on elder law and disability issues to both members of the bar and the wider community. Please contact us if your organization would like to arrange a seminar.