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Darren Weiss is an experienced Estate Planning attorney for over 20 years in Las Vegas, NV that provides guidance on estate planning and trusts. Legal guidance is essential for ensuring that your estate plan and trust will provide the protection you need, and that you can navigate the process of estate administration with minimal difficulty.

Estate Planning and Trusts are bringing the future into Present!

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Did you know you already have an Estate plan? If you should die without a valid will or trust, the state of Nevada is going to decide who receives your estate. Additionally, this process is extremely expensive. Estate planning offers many other benefits, including asset protection, dispute prevention, avoiding probate and peace of mind. While everyone can benefit from Nevada estate planning, Nevada does not have an estate tax, no levy an inheritance tax.


The Myth About Estate Planning – Learn How Wills & Trusts Really Work

Estate Planning, Trusts and Wills can be confusing. A trust can save countless thousands of dollars even for the average Nevada family, but a lot of people have the perception they can’t afford it or don’t need it. Don’t wait until it’s too late.




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