Yakima Herald:  “Eric Gustafson has seen it too many times.  Families estranged or survivors forced to spend large sums of money in the absence of an estate plan or — just as importantly — a plan that hasn't been updated to account for changed circumstances such as divorces or deaths.  Such plans should include a durable power of attorney for health care and finances, a will, a community property agreement for a couple and, in some cases, a revocable trust.”