The First Step to an Estate Plan: Your Will
Creating a will is a very personal process. It is never easy to think about death, especially our own. But leaving your loved ones without a plan can lead to disaster.
A last will and testament is the most basic element of any estate plan, but it should still be written to reflect your individual goals. At the Law Office of Jill Hanlon, we will take the time to understand your priorities and draft a will that meets your needs. Contact us today to set up a free consultation.
Protect the People and Things That Are Important to You
Everyone should have at least a simple will. Creating a will gives you some control over what will happen in the future. It is the only way to identify a guardian for your minor children and name someone to be your personal representative.
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Even if you have a simple will, it is important to make sure that it meets the legal requirements of the Nevada probate process. If it is not drafted correctly, all of your work with be lost. We not only understand the law, but we also understand how it affects you as an individual. We will draft a will that is tailored to you and your needs.
Additional Estate Planning Protection
Although a will is necessary, it does not fully accomplish most people’s goals. If it is in your best interests, we will work with you to create additional documents, such as:
- Living trusts, IRA trusts and other types of trusts
- Powers of attorney for finances and health care
- Beneficiary deeds for real estate