Posts Tagged ‘Revocable Trust’

Revocable trusts offer more benefits than Nevadans might realize

Many people in Nevada think that their estate planning is complete once they have completed a last will and testament. However, an alternative they may not have considered involves revocable trusts. This option acts similarly to a will, but may in fact prove to be better suited to many people’s needs. One of the biggest…

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The basics of revocable trusts for Nevada residents

Many Nevada residents are advised to create revocable trusts during the estate-planning process. However, many are hesitant to do so because they do not entirely understand how revocable trusts work. Further, they may not understand the benefits and risks. A revocable trust is created — and can be changed or revoked — during the life…

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Revocable trusts offer numerous benefits to Nevada residents

The truth is that not everyone needs a trust in order to have an effective estate plan. However, when Nevada residents are advised that their family dynamics would best be served by revocable trusts, they should seriously consider creating one. Trusts offer numerous benefits, the least of which is to avoid a long and costly…

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What are the differences between revocable, irrevocable trusts

Nevada residents may not be aware that there are a number of different trusts that may be used to achieve estate planning goals.  The provisions of a trust can be customized to an individual’s desires regarding when distributions will be made to beneficiaries and under what circumstances.  All trusts are defined as either revocable or…

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The role of trusts in asset protection in Nevada

When a person begins to consider the end of his or her life, he or she may question how assets will be allocated and protected during the process of probate. If a person has not made specific directives, some of their assets and property may be received by an undesirable party. One of the ways…

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Which type of trust is the best option for asset protection

Protection of one’s assets is a concern of many residents of Nevada; however, deciding on the most effective way to do that may cause confusion. Individuals who are considering asset protection may want to make use of the advice of financial advisors before deciding whether a will and durable power of attorney will be sufficient,…

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