Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
“Do I need a Will?” “Should I have a Trust?”
“What about a Power of Attorney?” “What is a Living Will?”
Estate Planning addresses and answers all of these questions. Estate planning is the process of reviewing your particular circumstances and determining what is best for you. A number of factors, including your age, marital status, net worth, and desire to avoid probate, must be considered in making the right choice for you.
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“The bank says I need something from the Court to close out mom’s account.”
When a person dies, the law may require that the person’s estate be probated.
Probate is the process of identifying assets, paying creditors, and distributing the estate to the individual’s beneficiaries. It involves filing pleadings with the Court, and very specific rules set out in the Nevada Revised Statutes must be followed.
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“Should I have my rental properties in a LLC?”
If you are engaged in business activities, you may want the liability protection afforded by incorporating or by forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC). What form of business entity is right for you?
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