Estate planning is vital to instituting legally-binding instructions for medical care should you become incapacitated, and to specify the distribution of your estate following your passing. Without detailed estate planning, the condition of your care and the allocation of your assets are subject to the state laws of Nevada. Intestate (dying without a valid will) laws often include higher tax penalties and strict mandates concerning guardianship and the distribution of your assets. Call today to learn how you can secure your medical care instructions and your intended estate plans with services from Swanson, Belanger, & Plimpton.
An effective will creates instructions for your medical care, end-of-life arrangements and the distribution of your estate following your passing. This document can also specify the executor of the estate - that is, who will oversee the implementation of your will. For more information about these documents and how you can use them to secure your estate, call Swanson, Belanger, & Plimpton today.