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4 Signs That It’s Time to Update Your Estate Plan

Your estate plan is for life, but that doesn’t mean it’s not subject to change. In fact, if you don’t update your estate plan over the years, there’s a chance it won’t serve your interests or reflect your wishes anymore. With that in mind, here are four signs an...

Will vs. Trust: Which Is Right for You?

If you’re new to estate planning, you’ve probably heard of wills and trusts, but you might be unsure about which one is right for you. To help make the planning process less stressful, here’s a look at the differences between wills and trusts and some suggestions for...

Arrested in Nevada: The Rights You Don’t Have

If you’re arrested in Nevada, and you don’t know what to expect, you might think you have legal rights you don’t have. These misconceptions can make the whole process even more stressful, so to help, here’s a breakdown of a few rights you don’t have, but you might...

What Are Your Rights if You’re Arrested in Nevada?

Being arrested can be shocking and overwhelming, especially when it all happens so quickly. However, you have certain legal rights and protections, so let’s break them down. Right to Remain Silent The moment you are in custody – meaning you’re not free to leave –...

Divorce: Is Mediation Less Stressful Than Litigation?

Divorce is always a difficult experience. Not only are you dealing with strong emotions, but you also need to resolve legal issues with your spouse, such as how to split assets. Which is the least stressful way forward, though: divorce mediation or litigation? Let’s...

Can a Keto Diet Lead to a DUI in Nevada?

Sure, dieting can help you lose weight. But did you know the ketogenic diet can cause false positives on breathalyzers? Here’s why eating keto can sometimes trigger a false positive breath test and how you might defend the resulting DUI charges. What Is the Keto Diet?...

Is It Always a Good Idea to Avoid Probate?

When someone dies, their affairs must be finalized properly. The legal method for managing someone’s estate (e.g., their money, property, and debts) when they die is known as probate. Typically, people want to avoid probate because it can be a time-consuming process....