Estate Planning Attorneys

serving clients in Henderson, Las Vegas and other Clark County, NV cities

Planning the management and distribution of your estate after your departure can evoke a mix of emotions, ranging from responsibility and concern to security, peace of mind, and empowerment.

Whether it’s drafting wills, trusts, or power of attorney documents, estate planning is an essential and proactive step in preserving your legacy before you die.

Smith Legal Group has a team of Nevada estate planning lawyers trained in the complexities of estate law, including the latest regulations and legal precedents. They can navigate the legal intricacies to ensure that your estate plan is both compliant and effective. Additionally, they can create strategies to protect your assets from creditors, lawsuits, and other threats, both now and in the future

Call (702) 410-5001 for a free consultation at our Henderson, NV office to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of and that your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Our Estate Planning Law Services

Smith Legal Group has experience practicing all aspects of estate planning in Clark County, Nevada, including these specialty areas:

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Wills

Wills encompass many types, each tailored to different estate planning needs. From simple wills outlining basic asset distribution to complex wills incorporating trusts and detailed provisions, there are options to suit different preferences. We can help you decide what type of will best accommodates your unique needs and circumstances.

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Trusts

Trusts are available in various forms to accommodate diverse needs and objectives. From revocable living trusts for flexible asset management to irrevocable trusts for asset protection, there are options tailored to specific goals and circumstances. We’ll guide you in exploring trust options to find your best fit.

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Power of Attorney

Think of a power of attorney (POA) as your trusted ally—a legal document granting someone the authority to act on your behalf in various matters, from finances to healthcare, should the need arise. This authority can be broad or limited if you become incapacitated or unable to make decisions. We’re here to help you navigate this process with care and understanding.

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Medical Directives

Medical directives play a vital role in ensuring that your healthcare wishes are honored. For example, with a power of attorney, you appoint a trusted advocate to make decisions if you’re unable to do so, while a living will provides clear directives guiding your care, including decisions regarding your preferences for medical treatment and end-of-life care.