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July 2013 Archives

Nevada estate planning can include living trusts

Readers in Nevada are well aware of the need to create an estate plan. Information has been made readily available about the existence of tools such as wills and trusts in estate planning. However, beyond the basic documents, there are many other options for those seeking to plan for their assets after their death.

Nevada estate planning can offer peace of mind for heirs

People in Nevada often begin to consider how they want to have their assets distributed after they die as they begin to age. However, it is important to begin estate planning much earlier, says one recent report. This can help to ensure that a person is ready for any unexpected event, such as an early on-set illness.

Nevada estate planning documents should be stored safely

In Nevada, when a person dies, those left behind must begin the unenviable task of finding out if there are documents that exist that detail how to distribute the estate. These estate planning documents include commonly used tools such as wills and trusts. In some cases, the documents exist, but heirs have to been told where they are located.

Nevada estate planning should include periodic review

Appointing the guardian for children is just one of the considerations of parents in Nevada. However, this can be completed in estate planning documents such as a will. If it is not done, the courts of our state will decide who will care for kids that have suffered the loss of their parents.

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