Elite Preparation Services offers comprehensive and accurate document preparation services for a complete estate planning in Las Vegas, NV and surrounding areas. An estate plan is documentation which allows a person to protect their assets and create an workable plan for their family, friends or loved ones once they have passed on. A final will and testament, creates the foundation for many estate plans. The document generally allows you to recognize who will receive your assets, who will take custody of your minor offspring, and who will serve as the executor of your estate.
Complete Estate Planning Drafting & Document Preparation Services in Las Vegas, NV
The Las Vegas estate planning drafting professionals at Elite Preparation Services, LLC. can assist you in drafting each component of your estate plan, to ensure that all of your paperwork is in correct and in place, so that it can be validated by a lawyer. Whether you are updating your current estate planning documents or creating a new document, our team is very knowledgeable with estate planning implementation and can utilize our expertise to assist you in successfully protecting your assets and future. We will ensure that your estate planning goals are meticulously drafted to your specifications.
Overview of Key Estate Planning Documents
Elite Preparation Services estate planning document preparation services are customized to each of your client’s requirements. We have listed the various types of estate planning documents available below.
- Will: Document that delineates how a person’s property and assets will be distributed once they have passed on.
- Living Revocable Trust: An estate planning document that allows a person’s estate to avoid probate, which allows them to saving time and expenditures in distributing their estate.
- Power of Attorney: A legal document giving the authority to act for another person in specified or all legal or financial matters.
- Advance Healthcare Directive: An advance directive is a legal document that explains how you want medical decisions about you to be made if you cannot make the decisions yourself.
You can protect your assets and create a more peaceful and secure future through proper estate planning. If you need assistance drawing up a will, trust, or any other estate planning documents, you can contact us today at (702) 970-9686 to schedule a one-on-one consultation.