Estate Planning Reno
For most clients, estate planning is the most important work they will ever do. Estate planning is not just about avoiding taxes and the probate court, to a large extent it is a plan for you and your loved ones as you retire and eventually pass away. The focus needs to be on your family.
- Protect your Assets
- Protect your Estate
- Protect your Family
Indeed, the most important gift you can give to your family is not stuff, it is allowing them to survive your death with their relationships intact and your assets protected from creditors and predators. The greatest gift Kalicki Collier can give you is the peace of mind knowing your family is protected when life’s unexpected events happen.
Reno Estate Planning Attorney
The estate planning attorneys at Kalicki Collier have developed a unique approach to estate planning centered on the concept that every client is unique and therefore every estate plan needs to reflect the client’s individual goals. Hours are spent with the client getting to know their hopes, fears, expectations, and exploring the many options that are available to the client to achieve those goals and aspirations.
“To say we care about our clients is an understatement. Our estate planning clients are family.”
Asset protection is the process of structuring your estate in a way that most effectively protects your assets from potential creditors.
Nevada is widely regarded as having great asset protection laws in the country. For anyone owning assets worth protecting, the implementation of appropriate asset protection strategies can keep you and your loved ones out of the court system. Our attorneys at Kalicki Collier are nationally known and respected for their vast knowledge of asset protection strategies and work with clients in a number of different states.
Survivors of a trust may avoid the probate process, but will still need to administer the trust upon the death of a grantor. This process can be very straightforward; but when things go wrong, it can be a disaster. Experienced attorneys can make the difference.
Read about the importance of reviewing your trusts and estate plans: The Myth of the Magic Book – Trusts and Estate Planning