McDonald Carano delivers an abundance of private wealth experience and proven litigation skills throughout Nevada. Our state-specific know-how is undeniably extensive and positions us to more effectively address the challenges associated with what has emerged as the largest generational wealth transfer in the history of our country.
Experience is everything when it comes to overcoming the challenges associated with generational and wealth planning, as trust and estate litigation is a multi-dimensional discipline that often includes a variety of moving parts, such as issues involving fiduciary duty, real estate, tax, family business succession, bankruptcy, and creditor-related matters, and our keen understanding is employed in service to our clients. Our Nevada-focused litigation prowess, earned over decades of continuous practice, allows us to effectively guide clients through even the most complex or contentious trust and estate controversies, contests, and related litigation claims.
We deliver much-needed skill in practical problem solving, as well as the ability to effectively manage and leverage the opportunities arising in will and trust contests. Our trial attorneys are formidable adversaries, having repeatedly resolved disputes in which substantial assets are at stake, representing fiduciaries and other parties as defense and plaintiff counsel. We routinely appear on their behalf in arbitrations, mediations, bench trials, jury trials, and appeals in matters involving claims, will and trust contests, breach of fiduciary duty, fiduciary misconduct, fraud, financial elder abuse, and adult guardianships.
Our experience extends to all aspects of disputes regarding private wealth involving estates, trusts, and adult guardianships. As a Firm, we have practiced in Nevada since 1949, making us well acquainted with the local rules as well as the unique propensities of the Nevada Judiciary.
Our work is not limited to disputes. We offer clients strategies for avoiding controversies by carefully navigating the estate planning and administration processes, and we counsel them throughout the life of the matter on the potentially costly impacts and missteps.
Our Trust, Estate & Fiduciary Litigation Group
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