Plan for Your Future and Protect Your Loved Ones
Many people assume they don’t need an estate plan because they do not have substantial assets to leave their loved ones. Others know that everyone can benefit from having one but assume that filling out an online will form is good enough.
Is it really? Will it stand up in court? Will your family have to go through a stressful, emotional process of sorting out what you really intended? Will it take into account your entire estate — your home, your retirement savings, your life insurance? If you are hospitalized, will someone pay your bills if you cannot do so? Will someone know what your wishes are regarding medical treatment — someone with the authority to make it stick?
A Good Estate Plan Is Personal
Estate planning is the process of setting out your wishes for the distribution of your assets and implementing an effective strategy to ensure that those wishes are carried out. It also involves making sure someone you trust is in charge of your financial and medical decisions if you should become incapacitated.
These issues are among the most significant choices you will ever make for yourself and your family, and they should not be made piecemeal or using cookie-cutter forms. At the Law Office of Jill Hanlon, we believe you deserve a personalized, comprehensive estate plan prepared especially to meet your goals.
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Attorney Jill Hanlon has more than 17 years of experience advising clients in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada. Contact us now for a free initial consultation.
Customization Does No Good if You Can’t Afford the Results
Choosing a lawyer to guide you is important, and you should not have to pay more than you can afford. We work with families in all financial situations, and we always work to find the simplest, most cost-effective solution, usually on a flat-fee basis.
We will work with you to create a complete picture of your existing financial assets and a full understanding of your goals. Only then will we recommend the estate planning tools most effective to meet — or exceed — those goals. Examples of estate planning documents we prepare are:
- Living trusts
- Irrevocable trusts
- Nevada asset protection trusts
- IRA trusts
- Deeds to become effective upon death
- Durable powers of attorney
- Health care documents