Posts Tagged ‘Probate’

Administering wills and trusts after the death of a loved one

When a Nevada family loses a loved one, his or her estate will need to be probated. Estate planning documents such as wills and trusts provide family members with instructions as to how to distribute an individual’s property. If the documents were kept up-to-date and do not contradict one another, an executor’s job could be…

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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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What happens after estate planning documents are signed?

Once the documents are signed, many Nevada residents believe the work is done. However, once the ink dries on a person’s estate planning documents, there could be more to do. For instance, a trust document does not necessarily mean anything if it is not funded. Therefore, an individual’s property and accounts need to be put…

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A probate attorney can benefit Nevada estate planning

It is no secret that many people put off generating an estate plan. This can make it difficult to ensure that a person’s wishes are honored and that beloved friends, family, charities or other entities may not receive the bequeaths that one wanted them to receive. Even people who see the importance of estate planning…

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Joint tenancy agreements in estate planning to reduce probate

Some Nevada residents may be under the impression that estate planning is only for those with large estates. However, they could be wrong in their thinking because estate planning can prove to be a crucial process for the majority of individuals. Estate planning typically involves documents such as a will, durable power of attorney and…

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Protect your loved ones through proper estate planning

Estate planning may be one of the most important and private processes an individual will complete in preparation for his or her future and the time after passing. Nevada residents may recognize the need of a will or a trust, but they may procrastinate because they do not have the necessary knowledge to make informed…

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