Plan Your Family’s Future
The process of estate planning enables you to determine how your assets, medical care and family responsibilities will be managed after you die or if you become mentally incapacitated. Estate planning is no longer an option only for the wealthy; people in all walks of life are looking to make the most of their assets and their choices.
We offer free consultations to every client.
For more than a decade, family owned and operated Cassady Law Offices, P.C., has helped clients in Southern Nevada to realize their financial and familial goals. Whether your estate is big or small, we are the firm to call for trusted guidance at every stage of the estate planning process.
What Is The Purpose Of Estate Planning?
Most people think of estate planning only in terms of passing on assets to their intended heirs and beneficiaries. This alone would be reason enough to create a plan. But estate planning has numerous other benefits as well. First, careful planning will minimize the tax burdens of your estate, maximizing the amount of assets you can pass on.
Second, estate planning can greatly simplify or eliminate the need for probate, reducing obligations on your loved ones. Finally, estate planning typically includes provisions for incapacity (becoming unable to make or communicate important decisions for yourself). By planning now, you can both put your wishes in writing and appoint trusted individuals to act on your behalf.
Comprehensive Estate Planning Services
We use a broad range of tools to help our clients maintain control over their future health care and finances:
- Wills and living trusts
- Health care power of attorney
- Advanced estate planning options
- Estate tax planning
- Asset protection
- Probate administration
- Trust administration
- Certified financial planning
- Prenuptial agreements
A customized estate plan is important for anyone who wants to minimize tax burdens, control the distribution of his or her assets and discourage family disputes.
How To Choose The Right Estate Planning Attorney
Most people put off estate planning for two reasons. First, they don’t know what they need and are worried about making a mistake or omission. Second, they assume that the process will take significant time and mental energy.
If this describes how you’re feeling, the good news is that these problems are very solvable with the right attorney. You’ll want to hire an attorney with considerable knowledge and experience. Our firm has been assisting clients like you for two decades, and one of our attorneys is a certified financial planner.
You’ll also want to hire a firm that offers convenient and helpful service. We treat clients like family, and we strive to make the estate planning process as easy as possible. After meeting with you for a free initial consultation, we can typically tell you what documents and legal instruments you’ll need, and we can do most of the preparation work for you. As mentioned above, we offer comprehensive estate planning services, so you don’t need to worry about hiring separate firms for different parts of your estate plan.
When To Update Your Estate Plan
Once your estate plan has been created, you’ll want to review and update it periodically. The most important times to make updates are after major life events that impact your family and your finances. This could include the birth of a child, the death of a family member, marriage, divorce or a significant change in assets that would need to be documented in your plan.
We can help you update an existing estate plan even if we didn’t create the original plan.
Personal Service · Exceptional Results · Affordable Costs
You will always work directly with your attorney — not with a paralegal or legal assistant. We will listen to your concerns, explain your options and guide you toward the legal solutions that will best enable you to reach your goals.
Our prices are highly competitive and offer excellent value.
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