Estate Planning in the Greater Seattle Area Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney Planning for Your Family’s Future Working with Non-Traditional Couples Help Settling Estates after the Loss of a Loved one We can Help you Review, Change, and Update your Estate Plan Estate Tax Planning to Protect your Family’s Wealth

Welcome to Rehberg Law Group

Rehberg Law Group is a boutique estate planning law firm with offices in SeaTac and Bellevue. For the last forty-five years our practice has focused on giving our clients peace of mind and control by helping develop estate plans and helping families manage estates after the loss of a loved one. Rehberg Law Group’s services include drafting wills and trusts, drafting powers of attorney for incapacity, providing legal assistance throughout the probate process, assisting business owners with business law, and helping clients plan to minimize estate taxes.

Rehberg Law Group’s four attorneys each focus on estate planning and have diverse backgrounds and perspectives that they bring to the practice of estate planning. Whether you are looking to set up an estate plan or need help after a loved one has passed, the attorneys at Rehberg Law Group are here to assist you. With flat fees you never have to be afraid to call or set up an appointment.


Our Services

Estate Planning

Estate Planning Estate planning is more than just a set of documents; it is a plan to give you peace of mind and control. You have worked hard to build your estate and with proper estate planning you can have peace of mind by putting together a plan that fits your life. Whether you are setting up your first estate plan or need to make changes to your plan we can help you tailor your plan to fit your family and your life.

Probate & Estate Administration

Probate & Estate Administration The death of a loved one is, to say the least, emotionally trying for family and friends. It is a virtual roller coaster ride. Unfortunately, before the grief subsides, there are a lot of matters to tackle. Generally, probate will be required when someone dies without a Will (“intestate”) and when they die with only a Will (“testate”). Probate is the ....

Trust Administration

Trust Administration Choosing a trustee to administer a trust is a key part of estate planning. The fiduciary role and responsibilities of a trustee have become more demanding under the provisions of the new Washington Trust Act, which went into effect on January 1, 2012. Sometimes there are no family members or friends who can adequately serve as trustee ...

Latest News

Avoiding Probate with Small Estate Affidavits

Posted on September 08, 14

If you pass away in Washington with only a Will, your estate will likely need to go through the probate process–a court governed proceeding...

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Smart 911

Posted on September 08, 14

Estate planning is about creating peace of mind and control by setting up a plan now to protect you and your family in the...

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