Legal blog JD Supra posted a great article, "Employers Can Discipline Employees For Certain Social Media Activity" by Beth P. Zoller recently regarding Social Media Policies. We often remind our clients that doing business in the Social [...]
There is little in life more personal and important than healthcare decision making. Regardless of whether you are married or single, a same-sex couple or straight couple -- it is important to consider and plan for [...]
At Cayce & Grove, we work to help you protect yourselves and your family by being proactive. A reoccurring theme has been addressing Elder Abuse. Forbes Magazine recently explored why it is that older folks tend to be [...]
This January the New Year may mark a rise taxes as well. Time and time again, we sit down with clients for Estate Planning meetings and the conversation turns to taxes. Sadly we do not have a crystal ball (we're [...]
This morning KIRO FM featured a story regarding the increasing frequency of financial exploitation of elderly people. Sadly, financial exploitation is just one facet of the ever growing concern about elder abuse in general. The news report highlights [...]
This past weekend Cayce & Grove Law Offices was a Hope Sponsor for the the Valley Girls + Guys auction, benefitting the team's 3Day Walk fund raising goal. As part of the sponsorship we drew up [...]
One “bump” in the medical crisis road includes what happens if the patient is unable to manage their own finances or electronic accounts during the course of treatment. Because so many of us rely upon email for communication and even file taxes, monitor various investments, and conduct our banking online this is a very relevant and valid concern that needs to be thought about ahead of time.
Today marked the first official day of Cayce & Grove’s 12th season of volunteering our time with Tahoma High School’s We The People program. We The People is a civic education program funded by the Center [...]
By planning properly today, you will be able to ensure your family is cared for according to your wishes and values. Using a pre-made form risks planning and drafting errors that could have last a lasting impact on your young children.