Archive for July 2015

Preparing for estate planning

Once a Nevada resident has decided to create an estate plan, certain issues will need to be addressed before any documents can be drafted and executed. Even though estate planning documents can be changed, many people want to do them once and only update them if some major life change occurs, such as a divorce,…

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Estate planning can cover a Nevada resident’s Facebook page

Even Nevada residents who may not exactly be technologically savvy have some sort of digital assets such as a Facebook page. These assets require estate planning just as much as an individual’s other assets. Some research may need to be done, however, in order to ensure that the executor of the estate or another family…

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Communication is key to a Nevada resident’s estate planning

Deciding what will happen to a Nevada resident’s assets after death could require a great deal of consideration. Making the determination regarding who will inherit which assets can be made easier by including the children in estate planning. This could put everyone at ease and help avoid confrontations later. Even though communication can be useful…

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Providing for pets during estate planning

Thousands of Nevada residents consider their pets to be part of the family. Therefore, it stands to reason that when they engage in estate planning to provide for their human family members, they should also make arrangements for their pets. Far too many pets that are left behind end up in shelters or worse because…

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Single without children? Estate planning is still important

Nevada singles may not believe that they need to worry about estate planning since they do not have a spouse or children for which to provide if they pass away. Most people own at least some assets, such as a car, a home and other personal property. Without estate planning, the state will determine what…

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