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Hugg & Associates PLLC is a boutique law firm providing client-centered services to individuals and businesses. Our practice focuses on all aspects of elder law, estate planning, asset protection, business succession planning, probate and trust administration. If you are a business owner, in addition to the above services, we are experienced business, real estate, and contract law attorneys.

Outside Document Signing

Today marks the first day clients signed documents outside on our porch, rather than in our conference room. In an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19 we are now having clients sign their documents outside while we witness from behind glass. We miss meeting with clients inside our building where we can offer a cup of coffee or a glass of water, and look forward to our friendlier atmosphere in the future. In the meantime, we are still here to help!

ZOOM READY!

Our office is now ZOOM ready! If you would like a face to face conference call with attorney John Hugg please call our office at (425) 483-5878 to schedule a time.

Office closed due to coronavirus

Due to the coronavirus, effective immediately, Hugg & Associates PLLC temporarily closes our Bothell office. We are happily accepting new requests for services through email info@jmhugglegal.com, and phone messages at (425) 483-5878, and we continue to work with ongoing clients via email, phone or video conference.  While our offices may be closed temporarily, we are ableContinue Reading

Top 10 Estate Planning Mistakes – Part 2

Estate planning mistakes happen. Last time we discussed the problems with leaving everything to your surviving spouse.  Perhaps a more fundamental problem is “Will Errors.”  The main error one frequently makes is not having a Will at all.  Failure to make a Will leaves the disposition of your estate to state law, not your wishesContinue Reading

Can You ‘Bulletproof’ Your Estate Plan?

The reason most people write a Will and complete their estate plan is to make sure their wishes are carried out after they die.  You want to be certain that your spouse will get what you want, that your kids will get what you have left for them, and so on.  Problems can arise, however,Continue Reading

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