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September 2013 Archives

Addressing online assets is crucial to estate planning process

When Clark County residents set some time aside to address their estate, one of the last things on their mind will be their Twitter account or their Facebook login. Many people may not even consider these things "assets" -- but they are, and if you do not properly address these topics, you and your family will be in danger of losing out on your digital assets.

Becoming a caregiver is a major financial decision

As our population gets older, more and more people -- from Las Vegas, Nevada to the far reaches of Maine -- will be caring for their elderly parents. This is undeniable given a recent report by the Pew Research Center, which found that in 2010, roughly 30 percent of adults were taking care of someone with a significant health issue. Just three years later, that rate is 40 percent.

Specialized domestic trusts can function like offshore accounts

As many Las Vegas residents know, planning and organizing your estate is not exactly a "fun" thing to do; nor is it the most straightforward process. There are many tough decisions that people need to make, and they need to think deeply about all of these decisions. Making a snap decision about your estate, or establishing a will or trust in haste, can result in disaster down the road.