Marcia K. Fujimoto

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Marcia K. Fujimoto

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Marcia K. Fujimoto is a member of the firm's estate planning and trusts team. She has more than 30-years of experience counseling individuals and families about wealth transfer and succession planning, including estate planning and administration, probate, trusts, and related tax matters.

  • Estate Planning & Trusts
  • Probate
  • Tax

Marcia K. Fujimoto is a member of the firm’s estate planning & trusts team.  She has more than 30-years of experience counseling individuals and families about wealth transfer and succession planning, including estate planning, and administration, probate, trusts, and related tax matters.

Marcia is  a frequent speaker and author on estate planning and administration issues.  She chaired the Washington State Bar Association’s (WSBA) task force on the Washington Uniform Estate Tax Apportionment Act of 2005, and was a member of the WSBA task force on the Washington Principal and Income Act of 2002.

  • Speaker, “The Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act,” American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, Washington Chapter, Monthly Mtg (2021)
  • Speaker, “Trustee’s Duty to Keep Beneficiaries Informed:  A Roadmap Through Relevant Washington Statutes,”  WSBA Real Property, Probate & Trust Section, Seminar (2020)
  • Author, “Trustee’s Duty to Keep Beneficiaries Informed:  A Roadmap Through Relevant Washington Statutes,” WSBA Real Property, Probate & Trust Newsletter (2019)
  • Speaker, “Trust Accounting Class,” Washington Society of CPA’s (2017)
  • Speaker, “Washington Estate Tax Surprises Along the Way to a Federal Step-Up Basis,” Washington Society of CPA’s, Pacific Tax Institute (2016)
  • Speaker, “Drafting Formula and Nonformula Marital Gifts,” University of Washington, LL.M. Program (2016)
  • Speaker, “Building a Book of Business for Attorneys of Color,” King County Bar Association (2016)
  • Washington State Bar Association
    • Estate & Gift Tax Committee, Member
    • Real Property, Probate & Trust Section, Executive Committee, Past Member
  • Asian Bar Association of Washington
    • Board of Directors, Past Member
    • Student Scholarship Foundation, Board of Directors, Past President
  • American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
    • Fellow, 2003-present
    • Washington State Chair, 2017-2018
  • Estate Planning Council of Seattle
    • Executive Committee, Past Member
  • Washington Women in Tax, Member
  • The Seattle Foundation, Board of Trustees, Member
  • University of Washington Estate and Gift Planning Council, Past Member
  • Seattle University Estate Planning Advisory Council, Past Member
  • Asian Counseling and Referral Service, Board of Directors, Past Member
  • Nikkei Concerns (Keiro Nursing Home)
    • Board of Directors, Past Member
    • Endowment Committee
    • Technical Advisory Committee
  • Woodland Park Zoo, Board of Directors, Past Member
  • J.D., University of Michigan Law School
  • B.A., University of Michigan, Business Administration
  • Washington State Bar
  • Selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (Seattle)
    • Trusts and Estates, 2012-present
    • Named “Lawyer of the Year,” in Trusts and Estates, 2002
  • Designated a Washington Super Lawyer, 2002-present
    • Named in the “Top 50 Women Washington Super Lawyers,” several consecutive years beginning in 2009

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Seattle, Washington 98104

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