Month: July 2014

When Nevada residents -- and individuals across the country -- think of heirs, they likely think first of those who will inherit assets from family members. In some cases, assets aren't the only thing made part of an estate. When individuals who pass away owe money,...

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It seems like a common sense idea that the home of a person would pass to his or her heirs upon death. Even with complex estates, most people take that for granted. However, there are some reasons that real estate wouldn't automatically pass to heirs, and mortgages...

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Our Nevada readers who have created an estate plan in the past are aware of all the time and effort they put into doing so. However, just because you have done this in the past does not mean you are done looking over your will, trusts, power of attorney, and other...

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For Nevada residents -- and anyone else in the country -- creating an estate plan is a good idea at any time in life. Estate plans include legal documents such as wills that protect your interests and wishes at the end of your life and after death. Proper estate...

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