Q: If I live in Utah how can I get probate court case started in Washington State?
Do I need a lawyer for that?
A: Your best bet is to contact a probate attorney in Washington. This website and others have directories that should assist. Is it possible to do without an attorney, yes, it is possible. However, there is also a good chance that you might make critical mistakes, as probate law is very complicated. Far better to spend money on a qualified professional to ensure it is done right. Best of luck to you! By the way, if you are not able to find an WA probate attorney, let me know and I can assist you in finding one.
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