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Areas of Practice


Trust Administration

Do you need a professional trustee you can rely on for you, your loved ones, or other third parties? Spurgetis Law, P.S. has decades of experience as a professional trustee for many types of Trusts and Estates.

Estate Administration

Settling an estate with or without a Will can be overwhelming or complicated and carry some liability. Spurgetis Law, P.S. has decades of experience in Estate Administration to take the weight off your shoulders.


A Conservatorship is appointed by a Court for an adult when a Court determines an adult is unable to manage their property or financial affairs. As professionals with decades of experience working with individuals subject to conservatorship, our firm has a unique skill set in managing and accounting for assets and property in an objective and professional manner.

Agent under Power of Attorney

Under the Uniform Power of Attorney Act in Washington State, an "agent" refers to a person who is granted the authority to act on behalf of a principal under a power of attorney. A power of attorney is a legal document that allows someone else to act on your behalf in matters you specify in the power of attorney document. If a professional is necessary, Spurgetis Law, P.S. has the experience needed to carry out and understand the importance of a trustworthy and competent Agent.


Adult Guardianship &

Guardianship matters can be emotional, complicated, and difficult. With decades of experience representing guardians and conservators for adults, we are prepared to make sure you and your loved ones have the legal protections necessary in pursuit of the best possible outcome for those most at risk in our community.


Our staff and attorneys at Spurgetis Law, P.S. are ready to provide legal representation in the probate or non-probate administration of an Estate with skill and efficiency, including any court appearances or advocacy.

Spurgetis Law, P.S. offers both legal representation and professional fiduciary services for trusts, estate, conservatorship, agency, and estate planning.


Call today to schedule a time to discuss your needs and options.

Estate Planning

Spurgetis Law, P.S. provides legal services related to the management of an individual’s financial affairs in the event of their incapacitation or death. Remember, estate planning is essential for everyone, regardless of the size of their estate. It provides peace of mind and ensures your loved ones are taken care of according to your wishes.


Wills: A will is a crucial part of estate planning. Regardless of the size of your assets, having a will ensures that they are distributed to the right beneficiaries without unnecessary delays or expenses.

Trusts: Trusts are legal contracts that allow a designated individual (the “trustee”) to manage and oversee assets for the benefit of named beneficiaries. They are especially useful for dependent children or elderly family members who cannot fully manage their own affairs.

Power of Attorney: This document grants a trusted person (your “agent”) the authority to act on your behalf if you become incapacitated. It can cover medical decisions, financial matters, or both.

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