At The LGBT Law Center, in Las Vegas, Nevada, we represent clients throughout Clark County, including North Las Vegas and Henderson.
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When people think about estate planning, they often think only about trusts and wills. Careful estate planning,
however, involves a consideration of many estate planning tools that can help people plan for the future welfare of
their family, both before and after their passing.

We offer a wide range of estate planning tools to meet the needs of our diverse client base. Our clients have estates
of all sizes from relatively small estates to larger estates that require more sophisticated planning.  Estate Planning is
not about celebrity or extraordianry wealth, it is about taking care of family.

Some of the estate planning services we provide at our firm include:
•        Living Trusts or Revocable Trusts
•        Wills
•        Advance Health Care Directives (Living Wills)
•        Powers of Attorney

Clients appreciate our warm and welcoming office atmosphere. Clients appreciate our attention to detail and our
ability to provide creative, forward-thinking estate plans that protect their wealth and their family.

Living Trusts or Revocable Trusts
A Living Trust or Revocable Trust, is a useful tool to ensure the passing of assets privately and without the need for
probate. This type of trust is preferred in most instances because of the ability to change the terms while the
testator is still alive.  

A will is a well known legal device that provides instruction as to the disposition of a decedents posessions and assets
after death.  In order for a will to have legal effect, the executor of the estate must submit the will to probate and
obtain an order from the Court.  Probate can be a complicated and lengthy process if contested, thus, trusts are the
preferred mechanism for the passing of assets.

Advance Health Care Directives (Living Wills)
We are pleased to assist clients with advance health care directives and powers of attorney. An advance health care
directive, formerly called a living will, is a document that defines your medical care wishes. It states your wishes
concerning vital issues like removal of life support, organ donations and burial instructions.
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