Helping people to create wills and set up trusts

On Behalf of | Mar 9, 2015 | Wills

Although many people in Nevada would rather not think about the possibility of their own death, it is important to get estate planning issues taken care of. Without a completed will, a decedent’s assets are distributed based on Nevada intestate succession laws. In addition to being impersonal, this method of property division could result in higher estate taxes for beneficiaries and may not be in accord with what the owner had wanted to be the recipients.

At our Clark County firm, we help individuals to complete legally binding wills and set up living trusts. If you are ready to take control of the future of your estate, we can help you to create documents that will make your wishes for property division clear. With two convenient estate planning packages, we can help to ensure that you and your family members are financially prepared for whatever the future holds.

Our will package includes a consultation and preparation of your last will and testament along with a durable power of attorney and health care power of attorney. Two witnesses and a bonded notary public are provided with the package, as is lifetime storage of your estate planning documents. If you choose our living trust package, we can help you to create a revocable living trust and a pour-over will. We can also help you to set up as many as five quitclaim deeds for properties in Clark County.

In addition to standard trusts, our team of experience attorneys can help you to set up a variety of other trusts including special needs trusts and charitable trusts. Whatever your estate planning goals are, we can assist you with the process of working out a comprehensive plan for your family’s future. Visit our page on estate planning documents to learn more about the services we can provide.