In Nevada law, "by representation" distribution refers to the way in which assets are distributed among multiple beneficiaries through an estate plan, i.e., a will or a trust. One should consider how they want their assets to “flow,” to their beneficiaries in the event of contingencies that may occur, such as a child dying before the death of the last grantor, referred to as the “surviving spouse” or “surviving grantor”.
There is a lot of misinformation involving surrogacy. Surratt Law Practice wants to help you debunk 5 common myths about surrogacy.
"Per stirpes," is a Latin term, meaning “by branch” used in estate planning. In Nevada, it refers to a method of distributing assets in a will or trust when a beneficiary (most of the time your child) has passed away before the surviving grantor.
Divorce planning is preparing yourself for the legal and financial consequences of ending your marriage. Divorce is difficult and emotional, but careful planning can help you navigate the process and ensure that your interests are protected.