Estate Planning Catering To Entertainment And Sports Professionals And Other Sophisticated Clients
People with large investment portfolios, complex real estate holdings and growing businesses often realize their need for legal counsel that focuses on their unique situations and concerns.
At the law office of Preston Sterling Kerr, they find an experienced, engaging attorney who will customize estate planning and asset protection solutions for high-net-worth individuals.
Common Asset Protection Goals Of Successful Entertainers And Athletes In Las Vegas
In the entertainment world, singers, actors and directors of production companies often ask our attorney for help to incorporate intellectual property into their estate plans along with tangible possessions. Copyrights, trademarks, the right to use recorded music, songs and musical scores; titles, scripts and playbills are all examples of assets unique to entertainers. In addition, entertainers seek to protect and pass on monetary assets, valuable memorabilia, residential properties and commercial properties such as recording studios. Attorney Preston Sterling Kerr has a great deal of experience guiding creative individuals and their families in asset protection strategies, including estate planning.
On the other hand, professional athletes are often the first in their families to acquire significant wealth. Newly rich, they seek estate planning that meshes with their overall financial management and legacy building. Attorney Preston Sterling Kerr is a respected attorney advising such individuals on estate and asset-related concerns such as:
- Revocable and irrevocable trusts
- Self-settled offshore trusts
- Powers of attorney and health care directives
- Succession planning for foundations, family businesses and other asset-management organizations
High net worth clients often want help to create strategies for protecting assets from excessive taxation and/or keeping property out of the reach of potential creditors in case of financial troubles at any time.
About Domestic Partners And Estate Planning
Cohabitating heterosexual and gay couples of all income levels sometimes want to know whether their relationships would be considered common-law marriages in Nevada so they can plan accordingly. Whether a couple has a long or short history together, they may not have married.
With the help of a knowledgeable attorney, people in nonmarital committed relationships often ask for guidance to resolve legal questions that may arise if either partner becomes incapacitated or dies. An overall estate planning inventory can answer many questions.
Schedule A Consultation With A Las Vegas Attorney
Estate planning attorney Preston Sterling Kerr welcomes inquiries from entertainers, athletes and others with complex asset protection concerns.