Designing the right Wills and trusts is only one part of your overall plan for the future. You also want to engage in asset protection planning in order to protect the assets you have and maximize the ultimate transfer of wealth to your beneficiaries. At JEFFREY BURR, we will help you create an asset protection plan, which is integrated with your current estate plan.
Do you want to insulate yourself from a frivolous lawsuit? If so, you want to come up with a comprehensive asset protection plan. As one of only a handful of states that has adopted the domestic asset protection trust, Nevada provides many options for asset protection that are not available in other states. Also known as a self-settled spendthrift trust, this estate planning tool allows you to create a trust that makes it difficult for a creditor to access those assets. If you are interested in asset protection, you want to make sure you explore all your options and come up with a plan that is right for you and your family. Consider our lawyers at JEFFREY BURR as your Las Vegas asset protection team, to help you come up with an asset protection plan as part of our integrated estate planning process. If you want to protect your savings from creditor attack and other lawsuits, we will help you explore the following options and more:
Whether you work in a high-risk profession or you want to take every step to protect your hard earned assets, we will help you explore your asset protection options. With two separate locations, our Las Vegas and Henderson offices are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. We offer evening and weekend hours by appointment as well. Contact us today for a free 30-minute in office trust or Will consultation.
At the Las Vegas, NV Law Firm of Jeffrey Burr, we represent clients throughout Southern Nevada, including Overton, Logandale, Mountain's Edge, Henderson, Aliante, Boulder City, North Las Vegas, Mesquite, Pahrump, Summerlin, Southern Highlands, Green Valley, Laughlin, Clark County, Nye County and Lincoln County.