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Protect Your Family's Future

Whether you want to protect your family after you are gone, ensure the best care for your aging parents, or make sure your wishes are carried out for your children,
Estate Planning can do just that and more.

Assets like property, investments, and business interests are not automatically passed down to your heirs once you pass. If you die without an estate plan in place, the state gets to decide what to do with your various assets.

With no hassle, no hoops, no hidden legal fees, and personal support to help you get your legal documents done with confidence!

Estate Planning is about family

Why Choose High Sierra Legal?

​Hi, I'm Lindsay and I'm passionate about helping you protect your hard-earned assets and preserving your legacy. 

You’ve spent your whole life acquiring assets like investments, bank accounts, real estate, and business interests. When it comes to protecting your legacy and passing it on to your children, grandchildren, and beyond, estate planning is essential.

If you pass away without noting your final wishes, your estate could be divided up by the court of their own accord. No matter how old you are, it’s never too early to consult with experienced estate planning attorneys to discuss wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and more.

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High Sierra Legal is not a law firm. We know you have a busy schedule and don't have the time to take out of your workday to meet with a lawyer, this is where you will see the difference with us. 



High Sierra Legal will assist you in the preparation of your legal forms and documents so you can avoid the high costs of hiring an attorney for legal matters.


We provide the personal touch and will meet you after your workday, on the weekend, or fully online and virtually to assist you in your preparation of common forms and documents so you can get on with living your life. 


We are always upfront about pricing. We use flat-fee pricing, so you're never surprised.

We accept all major credit cards, PayPal, Square, checks, and cash.

Our Estate Planning Services

What Our Clients Say

My wife and I needed a trust and we knew nothing about the process.  Lindsay walked us through it and made it as painless as legal stuff can get. Her service is priced right, she's quick, and she really knows her stuff! I recommend her highly.

"Her service is priced right, she's quick, and she really knows her stuff!"


"Timely and efficiently, Ms. Wheeler made the entire process pleasurable and painless."

Ms. Wheeler did an excellent job advising, preparing, and displaying 100% professionalism with our revocable living trust. Timely and efficiently, Ms. Wheeler made the entire process pleasurable and painless. In our many years of interaction with like professionals, Ms. Wheeler is at the top of her class.


Making a will is probably one of the most important, yet sadly procrastinated must-do things in life. My dear brother died without one & so much was lost. Friends informed me that there is so much more to a "simple" will and/or trust these days, too much to depend on online forms. Personalized service above & beyond can be found in Reno at a reasonable cost.

High Sierra Legal is Lindsay: a sharp, thorough, helpful, and understandable pro who came to our home twice to walk us through our family trust. She can also meet you & do it all on Zoom. Weeks later at the bank, Lindsey was there for us on the phone to answer get yours done. Call Lindsay before word gets out & she's too busy!

"She can also meet you & do it all on Zoom!"


Want to Learn More about Estate Planning?


Confused about what probate actually is, and why you want to avoid it for your family? Want to know the difference between a Will and a Trust? Watch the free legal webinar for answers to all these questions and more! 


Not sure where to start with your estate plan? Download our free workbook to help you work through those difficult questions. 
Who should be the guardian of your children? Who do you want to manage your estate when you are gone? Where does your stuff go, and more. 

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Learn more about estate planning, how to legally set up your family for when you pass, protecting your underaged children, what happens in the event you become incapacitated, and more through our Blog. 


How long does it take?

The Do it For You Estate Plan paperwork takes about 2 hours to complete. This is shorter than going to an attorney's office 3-6 times because we feel your time is valuable and want to make the process easy to complete (and we don't have to justify the Porsche sitting out front). The actual review time is much shorter because you are taking the time to work through our workbook and think about how you want your estate plan to be set up ahead of time.

And after the estate plan is completed, you will have a little work on your own to go and transfer your assets to your trust.   


Is it legal?

All our Estate Plans (Do it For You and DIY) are attorney reviewed and customized by you. Each one is legally-valid, specific to you and your life, and created to meet your specific needs. To ensure your Estate Plan is legally binding, you will need to sign, notarize and witness the documents. 


is my information secure?

We use the latest security and encryption procedures to ensure your information is safe and secure. We also make it a policy to not require sensitive information to be transmitted without the proper procedures in place. We will never sell or share your information without consent. 


Are there payment plans?

Yes, payment plans are available for the DIY Your Estate Plan package. We believe everyone should have an estate plan in place and aim to make that affordable and accessible to all. 


what happens if I die without a will or estate plan?

If you pass away without a Will or Estate Plan in place, the state will decide what happens to your assets and your minor children. This is known as dying "intestate" and the state laws will dictate what happens through the court process called probate. 



Probate is the legal process through which the court oversees how an estate (a dead person's things) will be administered, paid, and distributed. Even if you have a Will, your heirs will have to go through the probate process. It is not a quick process; an average probate takes around a year to a year and a half to complete. 



It is a legal document that states who you want to manage your estate (your things) and distribute your property when you pass away. Once created and signed, you will transfer your ownership of your assets to the trust, to then be managed by you during your lifetime. You still remain in complete control of your property. This avoids probate and the court process after you pass since you've transferred those assets to be managed by the trust. 


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High Sierra Legal, LLC
PO Box 50153
Reno, NV 89513


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