Intentional Estate Planning For Your Peace Of Mind

Here To Answer Your Probate And Trust Administration Questions

When someone is faced with the task of a probate or trust administration, it’s common to have more questions than answers. Laws and processes are ever-changing, and it is our job to adapt to those changes. I offer professional assistance from the simplest to the most advanced cases. I am here to provide peace of mind

I offer my clients the information they need through all stages of estate planning and administration.

Do I need a Las Vegas probate attorney?

A probate attorney is not strictly mandatory, but probate can be complex and there will likely be obstacles you can’t overcome on your own. A lengthy process will become even longer when you do not have experienced guidance at your side. With the help of a probate attorney, the duties do not have to overwhelm your life.

How does an estate plan affect probate?

When a person dies with no will or estate plan in place, the Nevada laws of intestacy dictate inheritance and the probate court oversees the administration and disbursement of their estate. This can take months or years to finalize. With a thorough estate plan in place, you can avoid letting the state override your wishes and also minimize the time it takes for your loved ones to receive their inheritance.

What are the responsibilities of an estate administrator?

As your estate administration attorney, I can help you carry out the long list of duties, which may include:

  • Gathering all assets and documentation
  • Notifying heirs and beneficiaries
  • Properly valuing assets
  • Closing accounts
  • Paying debts of the estate
  • Distributing the remaining assets
  • Filing taxes and reporting to the state

Managing these obligations while working through your own grieving process can be an emotional strain and a burden on your time. Let me help you keep things simple with my probate and trust administration services.

Assistance With Trust Administration

When a loved one passes away, administering a trust effectively is critical. I assist in reviewing the trust documents, preparing successor trustee affidavits, publishing and mailing notices to creditors, preparing notices of irrevocability if the successor trustee directs, compiling trust assets, guiding accounting and taxes, distributing assets, preparing releases, and termination of the funding trust.

The aforementioned is a general overview of the trust administration process only and should not be considered legal advice as each situation is unique.

Learn More

If you are looking for a skilled Las Vegas trust administration and probate attorney, contact me today by calling 702-462-5140 or emailing me here. Schedule your free initial consultation today to begin resolving your probate needs today.