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How to talk to your loved ones about your estate plans

Estate planning is not an easy topic to address, whether you are thinking about creating a will, funding a trust or making plans in case you are incapacitated. You are not alone if you feel overwhelmed at the prospect. Many Nevadans unnecessarily put off their estate planning, and some find it awkward to bring it up to their relatives.

What is an estate administrator supposed to do?

If you are an estate beneficiary, you may have some concerns about the roles of the executor. Your deceased family member may have chosen the best person they could think of to serve as his or her estate administrator. But that does not mean you should assume all is well. You should pay attention to how this individual acts. There is a possibility that he or she may not be the right person to settle your loved one’s affairs. 

Can you legally amend your Nevada will?

You create a will so your loved ones have an idea of what you want to leave to whom. However, situations sometimes arise in life that may change your mind about certain decisions you made about how you want your assets allocated, and such changes may warrant a change to your will.

Top 3 reasons to challenge an estate

There are many families who struggle after the loss of a loved one. Dealing with grief is not an easy thing to do, and everyone will respond to the loss differently. At some point, the family needs to begin the process of moving on, and often that comes when they begin to carry out their loved one’s final wishes.

3 things to know about estate litigation

The loss of a loved one is a difficult time for everyone involved. When the initial grief has passed, you may be surprised when disputes arise when it comes time to distribute the estate. Whether you are the one who is contesting the way the property is distributed, or you need to protect the estate from challenges, this can be an emotional time. In this post, we discuss three important things that you need to know about estate litigation.

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