Archive for May 2014

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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Legal mistakes in estate planning may lead to litigation later

It is not uncommon for individuals to want to save money by opting to do estate planning without using the services of a representative. However, this can mean they may be foregoing the chance to ensure that all documents are legally sound and less likely to be challenged in court. Nevada residents may wish to…

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Funeral preferences can be recorded as part of estate planning

Many Nevada people are likely to have peace of mind because their estate planning has been taken care of, and their families are sure to be protected. However, have those people factored the costs of a funeral into their estate planning? Including end-of-life planning in an estate could provide valuable assistance to those left behind…

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Final steps in estate planning to assist the surviving spouse

Many Nevada couples may have the necessary plans in place for the unfortunate event of one spouse’s death. Documents that form part of estate planning, like wills and trusts, are likely all under control and safely filed away. However, this is not necessarily where proper estate planning should stop. There are a few details couples…

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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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