Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning Specialists in Nevada
TruLaw focuses on taking a comprehensive approach to wills, trusts, and estate planning. We review the information you provide and will meet with you in person, over the phone, or virtually to give you a complete consultation. We prioritize frequent communication with you during the entire process. We specialize in Last Will & Testament, Trusts, Probate, Business Seccesion, Long-term Health Care, Health Directives, and so much more. Anything regarding Estate Planning we will work tirelessly to provide the best possible service to you.
We will make sure to listen carefully to your needs and goals, but we also don’t hesitate to ask you follow-up questions, play out hypothetical scenarios and balance the pros and cons of each potential strategy for your estate plan.
Last Will & Testament
What is Estate Planning?
An estate plan is a legal strategy designed to anticipate and arrange for the care and disposition of your property at death or permanent incapacitation. Your estate plan typically includes a variety of legal documents, such as:
- Last Will and Testament
- Powers of Attorney
- Medical Directive
- Nomination of Guardianship
- Beneficiary Designations
Having an estate plan ensures certainty (whereas not having a plan results in uncertainty); having an estate plan ensures efficiency in transition of assets.
Who Needs an Estate Plan?
While it’s true that not quite everyone needs a plan, the reality is that most people need a plan. If you have a house or any property, banking or securities accounts, personal assets, motor vehicles, a spouse, children, or anyone else you care to benefit from your assets when you die, you need an estate plan.
A lot of people understandably think estate plans are only for large estate holders or older individuals with sizeable net worth. That is not the case. If you own a small house, a car, or have a modest bank account – in the eyes of the law, you have an “estate.”
Remember, an estate plan ensures your assets go to the people and organizations you choose upon your passing or incapacitation.