How much does a trust fund cost in Nevada?

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We offer a revocable living trust package for a flat fee of $1,195 total.  There are no hidden fees or costs and that is the total price whether single or joint.  A Trust is generally good for anyone who owns a home, has minor children, or beneficiaries who shouldn’t receive all of their inheritance at one time. It is an excellent tool for probate avoidance.  The fee includes:

  • Consultation with an attorney
  • Living Trust
  • Certificate of Trust
  • Funding instructions
  • Pourover Will
  • Health Care Power of Attorney (Living Will)
  • General Power of Attorney
  • Cremation Authorization (if applicable)
  • Quitclaim deed for any property in Clark County, Nevada (up to 3)
  • 2 Qualified Witnesses
  • Bonded Notary Public
  • Free lifetime storage of your Will in a fire-proof safe

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