Avoid Probate With a Beneficiary Deed for Real Estate

The Nevada probate process can be incredibly stressful and expensive. Losing someone you love is hard enough without going through legal hoops to carry out their wishes.

You can save your loved ones this pain.

At the Law Office of Jill Hanlon, we will help you create a comprehensive estate plan that provides for the people you care most about. We will not give you a cookie-cutter estate plan that is not tailored to you. We will take the time to understand your goals and develop a plan that is designed specifically to meet those goals. To get started with a free consultation, contact us now.

The Most Common Way to Avoid Probate

If you only have a will, your loved ones will need to go through the probate process. Many people choose to create a living trust to save their loved ones the emotional and financial expense of probate.

A trust lets you allocate specific assets for specific purposes. For example, you could set aside money for your grandchild's college education. However, trusts are not the only way to avoid probate.

Using Beneficiary Deeds to Avoid Probate

A beneficiary deed allows you to pass on real property to the people you choose without having to probate the real property. You will not have to worry about whether or not your home will stay in the family. You can be confident that the people you care about most will benefit from your property. A beneficiary deed is a less expensive alternative to trusts for people with modest estates.

After more than 20 years as a lawyer, Jill Hanlon knows that every client's situation is unique. Many do not need an extensive estate planning package, and beneficiary deeds offer an important alternative.

Contact Us Now for a Free Consultation

Call 702-666-8433 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with experienced Las Vegas attorney Jill Hanlon. We will always strive to find the simplest, most cost-effective way to accomplish your goals.