By Patricia Trent | Published June 20, 2014 | | |
Going through the process of drafting a will provides the courts with a roadmap of your wishes about the distribution of your assets. However, this roadmap does not necessarily make the probate process easy. Nevada probate law addresses more than just the distribution of assets. Since it deals with debt, taxes and other issues, an Read MoreRead More
The Nevada courts recognize that the person who writes a no-contest provision into a will intends beneficiaries to accept the terms as written. However, the courts also understand that some individuals contesting a will in Las Vegas, or anywhere in the state, may do so based on concerns about the validity of the will. The Read MoreRead More
Most individuals in Las Vegas, and throughout Nevada, need to address a variety of estate planning issues in order to put legal documents in place that will help protect them and their families from unexpected events. Just as wills and trusts protect your assets, living wills protect your health concerns — by ensuring that medical Read MoreRead More
Revocable trusts can provide many benefits by allowing asset owners to retain control over property, even though legal ownership transfers to the trust. However, since you have to precisely identify the assets placed in trust, you need to periodically maintain trusts — to keep them current if you add or remove assets. Whether you live Read MoreRead More
Q: What is estate planning?
A: Estate planning involves agreements and documents defining arrangements for transferring ...