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How long does it take to set up a will in Nevada?

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In Nevada, we can generally have a will set up and finalized within one to two weeks, sometimes faster if emergency circumstances exist. If a client has a medical emergency, we make all efforts to expedite, and the shortest time frame would be two days. Nowadays, it is very easy to go online, print a will, sign it and hope for the best. However, most states have formalities and execution requirements. One misstep and your will may not be valid. We charge $99 for a will package, which includes the will itself, a general power of attorney and a health care power of attorney. For that price, you get the peace of mind that your plan was validly executed, and the fee is less than many website or paralegal service charges.

Disclaimer: The answer is intended to be for informational purposes only. It should not be relied on as legal advice, nor construed as a form of attorney-client relationship.

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