Transition is part of the cycle of life.
Young couples starting a family who see the need and value of a Will.
Baby boomers caring for aging parents who need help planning for assisted living, nursing homes – and beyond.
All part of “Elder Law,” and the specialty of Spokane Estate Planning Attorney Carol J. Hunter and Eymann Allison Hunter Jones P.S.
Carol has devoted her entire legal practice to these important family matters as an Estate Planning Attorney in Spokane County since 1993. Raised in Spokane, she knows the area – and the local choices – very well.
She and her staff are problem solvers, here to help you understand the many legal issues encountered in planning for life’s transitions.
Carol can assist in many areas, including:
- Long Term Care Planning
- Protecting Assets
- Last Will and Testament
- Advanced Directives / “Living Will”
- Durable Powers of Attorney
- Estate Planning
- Trust Matters
- Marital Agreements
Carol is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Washington State University Planned Giving Advisory Board and the Washington State Bar Association Elder Law Section Executive Committee. Carol is also a member of the Lilac Bloomsday Association Board of Directors.
Carol enjoys running, cycling, and spending time with her husband, David, and son, Miles.
Located in Eastern Washington, the Spokane law office of Eymann Allison Hunter Jones, P.S. will assist you with your estate planning needs. Our Spokane estate planning department provides representation to clients in Spokane County including the cities of Spokane, Cheney, Deer Park, Airway Heights, Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, and Medical Lake. We also serve clients throughout the inland northwest region including Newport and Pend Oreille County, Colville and Stevens County, Davenport and Lincoln County, Colfax, Pullman, and Whitman County, Ritzville and Adams County, Washington.