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Triggers for starting the estate planning process can come at marriage, divorce, birth of a child and other significant life events.  But what if you are over 18 years old and single (not married and not a registered partner)?  One way to approach the decision of whether you need a will is to look at the intestate laws in your state.  In Washington, it is ?  If you are not happy about how your money and assets would be distributed upon your death, put the creation of a will on your to do list.

Every estate needs a will, advance health care directive, power of attorney, disposition of remains, and ?  Having these documents provides not only you with the capacity to make these decisions for yourself but also save your loved ones from having to make them for you