How to Protect my Family During the Coronavirus Outbreak
People are asking how to protect their family during this Coronavirus situation. Of course, we all know the typical things to do, the washing of the hands and doing the social distancing and all of that stuff. What comes up legally is to talk about estate planning in general, which also includes incapacity planning. I […]March 17, 2020
What Are the Differences Between Irrevocable and Revocable Trusts?
What are the differences between irrevocable and revocable trusts? When we talk about trusts there are two main types: revocable trust and irrevocable trust. A revocable trust means that you can set it up and then you can decide at a later date that you want to completely dissolve it. An irrevocable trust means that […]January 31, 2020
What Happens If Someone in Nevada Dies Without a Will?
What happens if someone in Nevada dies without a will? A common misconception is that the state automatically gets a person’s assets, but that’s not true. Intestate Succession statutes are laws that come into play when someone passes away without a will. If you pass away without a will, then you don’t have a plan […]January 9, 2020
Do Wills Help You Avoid Probate?
I receive a lot of questions from potential clients about wills and there’s a common misconception that if you have a will then you will avoid probate. That’s not necessarily true in most cases. You wouldn’t do a will in order to avoid probate. What a will is, is a document that outlines your wishes […]October 17, 2019