Month: April 2014

Residents of Clark, Nevada, who don't have assets totaling over $5.25 million -- or $10.5 million for a couple -- may not see any benefits in including trusts in estate planning. Federal estate taxes kick in after those amounts, and trusts protect assets from taxes....

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Nevada residents of any income level or situation should consider future financial status. For elderly residents, financial considerations may be divided between handling current needs and assuring legacies are secured for heirs through estate administration....

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Estate planning is not a one-and-done legal task for Nevada residents, and the earlier in life you create a will or other estate-related document, the more times throughout the years you should review it. Always review wills when major financial or life changes occur,...

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Estate planning doesn't just lay out how your assets are passed to loved ones after you pass away. It also lays out important information about end of life wishes, including future health care and whom you wish to be your power of attorney. One important aspect of...

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