Archive for June 2016

Estate planning includes more than just disposing of assets

When Nevada residents decide to take steps to provide for the disposition of their property after they pass away and their care in the event of incapacitation, they will be faced with many choices. Deciding who gets which assets might seem like a daunting task, but making an estate plan user friendly for those left…

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Estate planning requires Nevada residents to think about death

The fact is that everyone is going to die. No one can escape this fate. The only question is when it will happen. Because few people know when they are going to die, estate planning should be a priority for every Nevada adult. As uncomfortable as it might be to contemplate the fact that death…

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Avoiding the potential for abuse in a guardianship

When injured, ill or aging adults here in Nevada and elsewhere are unable to care for themselves, family members or care facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes often step in to act on behalf of the incapacitated individual. Unfortunately, there seem to be an increasing number of cases in which a guardian (the person/entity…

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Married couples still need estate planning

Every state, including Nevada, has what are called “intestacy” laws that govern who will inherit a person’s assets if he or she dies without a will. In fact, just because a couple is married does not mean that the surviving spouse will receive 100 percent of the property left behind by the deceased spouse. Many…

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Consider estate planning prior to summer travel

Summer is here, children are getting out of school — or are already out — and many Nevada residents are busy trying to figure out where they will spend their summer vacations. This might not seem like the time to consider estate planning. However, anything can happen on a trip. Even though most people might…

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