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Estate Planning

Problems with Deeds on Death, Transfer on Death Deeds or Beneficiary Deeds

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When a person dies owning real property in his or her name, probate may be required in order to transfer that property to the heirs of the deceased person. Because of the costs, delays and hassles associated with going through probate in the State of Nevada, many people desire to transfer, or to at least structure the future transfer of, their real property, prior to their deaths....

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Is Now the Time to Make a Large Gift? Uncertainty & Opportunity in 2020

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Because our office is already fielding dozens and dozens of inquiries regarding this unique circumstance, it is important that you call us now if you desire to receive counsel and assistance, prior to the end of the year, in determining how such a 2020 gift might be beneficial to your family and estate. ...

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What is a Qualified Personal Residence Trust?

Estate planning in Nevada does not need to be a complicated process. Still, there are many choices for you to look at when deciding how to handle the ownership of your property now and in the future. One option that is available to you is a Qualified Personal Residence Trust (QPRT). Read below to find out what this is, what the process for creating one is, and how it could help you and your beneficiaries. ...

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Are Trust, Estate, and Probate Services Essential?

Your needs do not stop during a pandemic. COVID-19 may have you thinking about estate planning in case you or a loved one gets sick. You may also have tough legal questions that you need to be answered quickly. These needs cannot wait until after the stay at home order is lifted. We understand and we are here to help you. ...

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9 Common Estate Planning Questions

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Movies and TV shows commonly portray families fighting over someone’s estate after they have passed away. What this doesn’t show, however, is that there is an easy way to avoid this struggle. Meeting with an estate planning attorney and creating a plan for the future will ensure that your loved ones are taken care of and that there will be no need to tear the family apart. To better understand estate planning and the right path for you, here are the most common estate planning questions:...

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