Estate Planning

The importance of estate planning in Nevada for young families

All too frequently, young parents with small children procrastinate making a will because they assume there is not much point at this stage. They may think that everything will automatically go to their spouse or that they don’t own enough assets to bother. However, the lack of adequate estate planning for Nevada parents can prove…

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Nevada estate planning just as important for the childless

A common misconception is that wills are important only for people who want to ensure their children are cared for after they pass away. This could be one of the reasons that 56 percent of Americans do not even have a will. However, most of the time after an individual dies, belongings automatically pass to…

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Using Nevada estate planning to provide positive incentives

For residents of Nevada, there could be any number of reasons to seek the counsel of an attorney when preparing their wills and trusts, from avoiding probate to preserving a family business. However, there are less commonly acknowledged aspects of estate planning that may be omitted from many conversations. Their absence from typical planning discussions,…

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Nevada estate planning: Naming a power of attorney

What, exactly, is a power of attorney? It’s an aspect of estate planning that many in Nevada may not have considered. If unforeseen circumstances leave an individual’s family or loved ones in a position where they need to make important decisions that could have major consequences for all involved, a power of attorney could solve…

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Nevada estate planning important for loved ones

No one enjoys thinking about their death and how it will affect their family members and loved ones. This is why estate planning frequently falls to the bottom of the To Do list; everyone knows it is important, but it can be such an unpleasant topic that people tend to procrastinate. However, for residents of…

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End of the year a good time for Nevada estate planning

With the year winding down, now may be a good time for residents of Nevada to take a look at the state of their finances. Estate planning at the end of this year may mean a better, more financially stable future next year and in the years to come. While many people frequently take a…

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