In an Emergency, Do You Have an Incapacity Plan?
Incapacity planning is part of an estate plan, even if it’s not highlighted, there are plans that are literally just for incapacity. These things have come up more recently because there are more people that are at risk for early onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. If you have parents that have shown signs of dementia, […]February 6, 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
How to Attack a Series LLC
What is a Series LLC? In Nevada a series limited liability company, or series LLC, is a form of a limited liability company that provides liability protection across multiple “series” each of which is theoretically protected from liability arising from the other series. For both a traditional LLC and a series LLC, the total cost […]January 27, 2020
Tips for Setting Up a Nevada Business Entity
Here are some tips for when you’re ready to open a business entity in Nevada: 1. When you are ready to open up a business entity (probably an LLC because they’re a lot easier to manage than a corporation), then when you’re forming it, if you don’t have an attorney form it then you want […]January 24, 2020
What It Means to Be a Legal Assistant
If you are planning to go to law school, people have probably warned you to prepare for the “attorney lifestyle” before you become fully committed. Many recommend working at a law firm before embarking on the journey to achieving your J.D. to make sure it truly is the career path you desire. I personally heard […]January 22, 2020
Legal Issues in Las Vegas Real Estate with Allison Jung
What is the most unusual or unique situation that you’ve encountered in real estate that relates to a legal issue, if you can think of one? I think it’s interesting when people want to buy property and not include their spouse. There’s been situations where I’ve had a married couple, maybe they’re not doing so […]January 16, 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
Legal Issues in Certified Public Accounting with MJ Huffman
This is part of an interview between Sarah Morris and Mary Jennifer Huffman, transcribed from an episode of Around the Gavel by Morris Law Center. I was going to ask you if you did have an area of specialization, and I know you, you said you’re a fraud examiner in income tax preparation. Those are my […]January 3, 2020
Don’t Drink and Drive…Las Vegas Safe Ride Resources for NYE!
There is no reason to get behind a wheel after drinking on New Year’s Eve. Check out some of these free and fee-based resources to get you and your loved ones home safe: The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada Offering FREE rides on all 39 fixed routes within the bus system from 6 p.m. […]December 31, 2019
Sarah Morris Recognized by the American Institute Of Legal Counsel as a 2019 10 Best Legal Counsel for Client Satisfaction in Estate Planning
From the American Institute of Legal Counsel: “The American Institute Of Legal Counsel has recognized the exceptional performance of Nevada’s Estate Planning Attorney Sarah A. Morris as a 2019 10 Best Legal Counsel for Client Satisfaction. The American Institute Of Legal Counsel is a third-party attorney rating organization that publishes an annual list of Top […]December 26, 2019