NEED HELP DRAFTING YOUR WILL?
No one likes to think about what will happen after their passing, but our team of lawyers at Tanko Law can help make the process of creating a will a stress-free process. With two decades of experience, our staff is knowledgeable and ready to help you plan your estate. You’ll have peace of mind knowing your affairs are in order and that your family won’t have to make difficult decisions when the time comes.
WHAT DOES A WILL DO?
A will is a legal document that provides the details of a person’s wishes for the management and distribution of property after they pass away. A will also allows you to name a guardian for yourself or any minor/dependent child in the event of your incapacity. Making a will can be beneficial not only for you, but also for your loved ones. Consider these advantages of creating a will:
- Transfer assets and property to persons you designate
- Ability to name an executor to help distribute your assets in accordance with your wishes
- Specify a guardian for yourself, a minor or other dependents
- Expedite the probate process to reduce probate costs
- Get Peace of mind knowing you’ve planned for your family and others you love
HOW TO CREATE A WILL
Don’t leave your assets and property up to chance. Brian C. Tanko can help you make a will that is comprehensive and sound, leaving no stone unturned. Contact the Law Offices of Brian C. Tanko today to schedule a free consultation. Fill out our contact form and tell us how we can help you.
MEET BRIAN C. TANKO
Brian opened the doors of his law office in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1995 and has been helping Nevadans and their families with trusts, wills, estate planning, trust administration, probate, elder law, guardianship, asset protection, corporations, limited liability companies, and business planning services, among other areas.
“It was a pleasure working with Brian on my mother’s will, trust and asset protection plan.”
Cynthia L. Picardo, Client
Brian is a member of the Nevada State Bar, Montana State Bar, Clark County Bar Association (Nevada), Northwest Montana Bar Association, Southern Nevada Estate Planning Council, Nebraska Society of CPAs, National Association of Fraud Examiners, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and is a Graduate Estate Planning Council Member (GEPC).