Charitable planning is a tool to provide gifts to a cause or charity, while receiving a tax advantage. To make the most of a charitable gift and obtain a tax benefit, it is essential for any charitable gifts to be part of a complete estate plan.

In Nevada and Idaho, you may utilize various types of planning tools, but if not drafted correctly may lead to a large portion of your gift to not gain the tax benefit the law allows.

Callister Law can work with you to understand and successfully utilize planning tools such as a Charitable Lead Trust (CLT) or Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT). 


Estate Admin & Probate/Trust Litigation

Callister Law prepares wills, traditional inter vivos wills, or living trusts. Further, we provide more advanced planning techniques such as irrevocable trusts, estate insurance planning, family limited partnerships and limited companies, private foundations, charitable remainder trusts, and retirement plan distribution planning. The firm also prepares financial powers of attorney and advance health care directives.

We can help you understand whether you should form a will or a combination of a will and trust to maximize your legacy to loved ones, and avoid unnecessary expense. Each estate plan is tailor-made for each client. By starting your estate plan early, you may enjoy greater flexibility and tax savings in the future.

  • Last Will & Testament

  • Trusts

  • Special Needs Trusts

  • Life Insurance Trusts

  • Durable Power of Attorney

  • Advanced Directive to Physicians