Trustmasters a Team of Professionals
Trustmasters is comprised of an experienced team of professionals who have worked with individuals, families, and business owners like their estate planning issues for over 30 years. Our team of professionals have extensive experience in the following areas:
Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
- Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning
- Retirement Planning
- Business Succession
- Insurance Needs/Cost Analysis
- Digital Storage
- Video Inventory & Documentation
With this team and our extensive menu of services, NV Legal Docs has been recognized as an industry leader in the estate planning services. We are here to serve you with compassion and integrity!
Quality Estate Planning Legal Documents
As a Bonded & Licensed Legal Document Preparation Service Firm, we have strict standards we must adhere to as described by Nevada State Law NRS 240A. We carefully researched and interviewed dozens of legal document providers across the country in search of the ideal company to support our practice here in Nevada. The company we chose as our strategic partner employs excellent attorneys, accountants, and network professionals who support our firm’s Nevada legal document practice.
Only About Half of Americans have a Will or Living Trust
Only 56% of American parents have a will or living trust document. Nearly one-third (27%) do not have estate documents at all. (Caring.com survey -Sheryl Nance-NASH, AOL.com 8/26/11)
Our Strategic Document Provider
- Has over 80 years of combined experience within the estate planning industry
- Partnered with a National firm with over 100,000 + documents assembled
- Provides NV Legal Docs with a full suite of Nevada specific legal documents
- Operates in all 50 states servicing legal firms, paralegals, document preparation companies
- Documents developed and maintained by in-house attorneys for Nevada
- Our partnership facilitates high level document services at competitive prices.
The founders of NV Legal Docs are a forward-thinking team of dynamic professionals. We discovered that using technology, we can provide new solutions to some age-old legal estate planning issues.
Contract disputes and civil lawsuits choke our legal system and cost Americans billions of dollars annually. An estate plan is a legal document and thus is subject to interpretation and challenges in a court of law. Even the most expensive estate plans, drawn up by high-priced law firms may be subjected to legal scrutiny in a court of law. Our team has sought out and discovered technology. That can provide solutions.
To Avoid Probate Court – You Need a Living Trust
The word probate means “to prove”. When someone passes away with no estate plan documents in place then by law the estate must be settled in Probate Court. A poorly written estate plan may also be subject to Probate court to prove and interpret the plan. Probate Court can run up huge legal fees and court costs and take several months to a number of years to settle. With a properly executed trust assets are transferred to your family quickly, Without the cost or delay of probate and taxes.
What is Probate Court?
Probate is segment of our judicial system primarily charged with handing wills trusts estates & conservatorships. Probate is the court-supervised process of gathering a deceased person’s assets and distributing them to creditors and inheritors. It requires court filings and legal proceedings is time consuming and typically requires hiring an attorney.
It is quite common for beneficiaries to file claims or lawsuits when a Family Member dies or becomes ill. NV Legal Docs unique digital services help families avert the possibility of a legal “Family Feud”. We combine our legal documents with our digital film service to dramatically reduce the potential for legal disputes among family members. This proactive, high-tech solution spells out clear and verifiable evidence of your directives and intentions on video. Your customized digital vault stores your complete package of legal documents along with your video recordings. This collection of documents and videos serve as a safeguard to prevent fraud. Your records cannot be altered like old fashion paper documents. To learn more about the options for this service please visit www.tribfilms.com
During our careers, we have witnessed many legal disputes among families and business owners. As a result, we have designed proactive strategies to prevent them. One example is can played during the trying time of a terminal illness. Sadly, we have witnessed caregivers (or interested parties) who take advantage of an ailing parent or donor. A person in the last stage of life is often vulnerable to deceptive schemes of the caregiver who alters the estate plan to benefit themselves. This is commonly done in secret. We call this unfortunate situation the “Altered States” of estate planning. Our team is determined to prevent these tragedies with proactive solutions. Once again, we turn to technology to provide unalterable and time-stamped proof of a donor’s true intentions.
It is a shock when the grieving family discovers that trust documents have been altered. Unfortunately, the fraud is usually uncovered during the settlement phase. Beneficiaries suspect the altered trust does not reflect the original intent of the Trustor but it is often too late to reverse the damage. The family is thrust into a contentious lawsuit. We have seen firsthand how “Altered States” estate plans devastate beneficiaries, escalate family feuds, and spawn expensive lawsuits.