Uncategorized

Why You Need An Executor

  Your estate is the sum of everything you own—your home, your car, your investments, and all the other things that make up your life. It’s also a lot of responsibility. Estate planning is about making sure that:  All of your assets are distributed to their rightful owners after your passing. It’s about making sure …

Why You Need An Executor Read More »

The Ultimate Guide To Common Estate Planning Errors – And How To Avoid Them

Picture the scene: Reno, Nevada. The young newlyweds are ready to start their lives together. Some bureaucratic hoop requires that they get a will drawn up. It is the internet era. Instead of looking up a Reno estate lawyer or a business planning attorney, they decide to go with an easily-available online will, and then …

The Ultimate Guide To Common Estate Planning Errors – And How To Avoid Them Read More »

Navigating Grief

There are few events in life more challenging than facing the loss of a loved one. It can feel like your whole world has been turned upside down or that the lights have been turned off, and you’ve been left alone in the dark. During these challenging times it is most important to turn to …

Navigating Grief Read More »

Surviving Loss

“Mostly it is loss which teaches us about the worth of things.”  Arthur Schopenhauer Death is not a subject we are taught to think about. Attached to the topic are volumes of ideas we cannot fully express and questions we cannot fully answer. It is a fact death comes to us all and knowing when …

Surviving Loss Read More »

The History of Property

For most of human history, our ancestors were nomadic wanderers. The hunter-gatherer era of humanity was a long one, marked only by traces of our prehistoric presence scattered throughout caves, fields, and grave sites. For thousands of years, humans lived with the land, but beginning around 30,000 BCE, we began the 15,000-year transition from nomadic …

The History of Property Read More »

Should I Leave a Will or a Trust? | Kalicki Collier

Wills and trusts are built around the unfortunate but realistic question—what happens to my valuables after I pass away? Wills and Trusts both deal with your estate and its transference to heirs. However, only trusts can avoid a process in probate court—something that many find attractive given the complexities, long waiting periods, and objections that …

Should I Leave a Will or a Trust? | Kalicki Collier Read More »

Request a Consultation

Let us show you the many ways Kalicki Collier can assist you in achieving your Legal Goals

CLOSE
Scroll to Top