VALIDATING AN ESTATE PLAN


Leaving an estate plan can provide peace of mind that a person’s wishes will be respected and carried out when they are no longer around to care for and provide for their loved ones.  Indeed, many estate plans are implemented just as flawlessly as the person who created it intended.  There are, however, no shortage […]
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Introducing the Passport Trust


  Clients that come into our office looking for asset protection in the form of a domestic asset protection trust (“DAPT”) often ask us what additional protections an offshore trust could offer them.  Some of those additional protections include a shorter statute of limitations for creditors to attack assets after the assets have been transferred […]
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Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way


Nevada law provides for two ways of creating a valid and binding Last Will and Testament.  The first method is by drafting a will, in writing, that is signed by the testator or by an attending person at the testator’s direction, which is attested to by at least two competent witnesses who subscribe their names […]
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