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Probate Attorney in Las Vegas

At Boyer Law Group in Las Vegas, Nevada, we help guide our clients to ensure a smooth transfer of assets to heirs and beneficiaries. Following the death of a loved one, you need that peace of mind.

Guiding You through The Probate Process

At Boyer Law Group, we recognize the need for estate planning and asset protection. However, there are occasions when the deceased did not take those necessary steps. Grieving the loss of a loved one is emotional. You do not need to deal with the additional burden of probate on your own. We try to make the process as easy as possible for you. We will work with you and other affected family members so you can all get on with your lives. We provide you with the Nevada Personal Representative Guide: A step-by-step guide to estate administration in Nevada, which gives you essential information for handling estates of any size.

The Need For Estate Planning And Asset Protection After Probate

Once the probate process is completed, you and other beneficiaries may be in need of your own estate planning or updated estate planning. A sudden financial windfall requires careful steps to manage your inheritance properly. We can help you protect those assets and establish a will and trust. Those proactive steps benefit you and the heirs you leave behind as well.

Contact Us About Your Probate Matter in Nevada

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer about the probate process, please contact us either through a call to our Las Vegas office at 702-255-2000 or a message through our online contact form.

Common Questions About Probate In Nevada

Probate is the process by which the title of assets is passed to beneficiaries after a loved one passes. It is something that our clients frequently ask us about, because there is so much misinformation out there about what it is exactly and if it is even necessary.

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We here at Boyer Law Group wanted to take a few moments to address some of these common questions often asked of our attorney, so that you can get a better handle on what really happens during the probate process in Nevada. 

How long does probate take?

Most people worry about the amount of time probate takes, which is understandable. Sometimes the assets belonging to a loved one are critically necessary to helping a family make ends meet. The good news is that in most cases, probate is relatively straightforward, and can be wrapped up in a fairly efficient amount of time.

Procedurally, there are various steps that must be followed in order to properly account for and distribute the deceased’s assets and debts. We can explain how this works, and what we can do to help, when we meet to discuss your case.

Is there any way to avoid the probate process?

The short answer is it depends – sometimes you can, and sometimes you can’t. It really depends upon the size of the estate, the various components of an estate plan, and other issues that we will need to evaluate on a case by case basis. It is likely, though, that some part of the estate will need to go through probate if the assets are over a specific amount.

We can look at estate plans that you have in place already to determine if there is anything that you can do to prevent items from going through the process. We can work with you to modify an estate plan if you need to take additional measures to protect your assets.

What if I am out-of-state and my loved one died in Nevada?

We can help you with this. It can be hard to just put your life on pause and come out to Nevada to wrap up a loved one’s affairs. We will be able to make appearances on your behalf and serve as a guide for the entire process. We understand that this is a difficult time for you, and we will do everything we can to help you get through this efficiently.

Reach Out For A Free Initial Consultation

Should you have more detailed questions about your situation, we invite you to schedule a consultation at our Las Vegas office by calling 702-255-2000 or by sending us an email.

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