Welcome to the Estate Planning Enchiridion of
RUSHFORTH LEE & KIEFER LLP
Edited by Layne T. Rushforth
A Nevada Trust and Estate Attorney
Rushforth Lee & Kiefer LLP (RLK) has two primary websites.
Enchiridion. This site -- rlklegal.info -- is the Estate Planning Enchiridion of RUSHFORTH LEE & KIEFER LLP, a law firm with its office in Las Vegas, Nevada. An "enchiridion" (pronounced "ĕn-kī-rĭd-ē-ŭn" or "ɛn kaɪˈɹɪdɪən") is a manual or handbook, and this site is the Firm's online manual or handbook for estate planning and related topics. It contains general, educational information related to estate planning, estate and trust administration, and business planning, with a focus on Nevada law. It is intended to be educational and informative, as well as to encourage you to seek competent legal advice as to your own planning.
Click on the blue buttons above to explore various memos and forms relating to estate planning and to probate estate and trust administration. You can also use Google* to search for specific words or phrases within our site. If you have questions, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any responses will be general and will not provide legal advice. Legal advice is given only to clients who have retained our our services.
Most of the materials on this site were drafted by Nevada trust-and-estate attorney Layne T. Rushforth, who has been practicing law for over 40 years. Mr. Rushforth has been an ACTEC Fellow since 1990.
You can use Google* to search for specific words or phrases within our site.
*NOTE: Google's results may include advertisements and links to unrelated sites.
Online Firm Brochure. Go to rlklegal.com for information relating to the firm, its areas of practice, its personnel, contact information, billing policies and payments, and office location. RLK's practice is focused on estate planning (including wills and trusts), business formation (including various forms of limited-liability companies, corporations, and partnerships), trust and estate administration (including probate, trust administration, and disputes involving wills, estates, and trusts), and guardanships.