Posts Tagged ‘Estate Plan’

Estate planning for married couples in Nevada

For most Nevada couples, getting married is full of excitement and anticipation. The last thing these couples are thinking about is estate planning, but once a couple is married, new financial and legal rules apply that need to be accounted for by the parties. Those who already have an estate plan may need to make…

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Estate planning is just as important as planning for retirement

When Nevada residents plan for how they will spend their retirement years, some may neglect to consider what will happen if they become incapacitated or die. Contemplating these events may not be pleasant, but it is necessary. Estate planning needs to have as much priority as retirement planning — especially since no one knows what…

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Couples without children face unique estate planning issues

For most Nevada couples who have children, deciding what to do with their estate does not take much thought. The main goal is to provide for their children after their death. However, estate planning can be a challenge for couples who do not have children. Just because a couple is childless hardly means that estate planning…

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What happens after the estate planning is done

Once an estate plan is created, many people put the documents away and do not give them a second thought. However, once the initial estate planning is done, that does not mean that the documents do not ever need to be reviewed. Nevada residents need to review those documents periodically in order to ensure that they…

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Getting married for the second time? Estate planning is a must

After a divorce, some Nevada residents believe they will never find love again. Fortunately, many people are fortunate enough to fall in love again. Getting married for a second time, however, means that estate planning takes on a new meaning, especially for those who have children from previous marriages. In many cases, spouses leave everything…

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Every Nevada adult needs to engage in estate planning

Once a Nevada resident becomes an adult, he or she should have some plans in place in case of illness, accident or death. Even if a person does not feel that he or she owns anything of value, estate planning is still important. Everyone owns something of value and has preferences regarding where those things…

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