Jensen Law Group, LTD

Firm Overview

Jensen Law Group provides effective and affordable service to clients in Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts, Guardianship, Pet Trusts, Trust Administration and Probate. Nevada is a preferred state for Asset Protection.
Main Office
10580 N McCarran Blvd #115-382
Reno  NV  89503-2059
  • (775) 624-5751
  • (775) 624-5751


Free Initial Consultation?
Free consultation on estate planning.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Probate Fees are fixed by the court. Trusts and Wills are done on a flat fee basis. Cost depends on the clients needs and complexity of the Estate.Most work is done on a flat fee basis.

Office Information

Office Hours
Monday through Friday — Evening and Saturday for special situations
Office Manager
Sandy Jensen
Emergency After Hours
Languages Spoken

Other Offices

Meeting Location
6190 Mae Anne Ave. Suite 2
Reno,  NV  89523
Estate Planning
We protect everyone you love and everything you own.
Along with our key practice areas being Trusts, Wills, and Probate,we also do Asset Protection Trusts (Nevada has great laws in place for this) and specialty Trusts We give personal attention and treat each of our clients with care and respect. The firm counsels clients regarding their needs with respect to powers of attorney, advance medical directives, pre-need guardianship designations onations. We also handle many other related planning issues. These types of documents allow our clients to effectively plan for the future while maintaining the ability to be responsible for their own affairs as long as they are able. You are never passed off to a paralegal, but always meet personally with the attorney.
Nothing in your estate plan should affect how you control your property. In fact, creating and maintaining an estate plan is an excellent opportunity to not only account for all of your property, but to ensure that your assets are properly allocated.
Although not commonly thought of as a part of estate planning, as life expectancy continues to increase, and national health continues to decline, disability is an all too real possibility for many Americans. Preserving ones dignity and quality of life during a period of disability is often of paramount concern. Every estate plan should account for the possibility of a disability. We provide for disability in our Trusts at Jensen Law Group.
Many financial devices and protective legal documents are available to help plan for the protection, safety and financial security of family members with special medical needs. When a child or parent has a mental or physical disability, legal instruments including special needs trusts, guardianships, living trusts, and conservatorships may be set up to provide the special needs family member with necessary support as well as giving a measure of reassurance to the care-giving family members that their loved one will be well cared for in the event of their own death.
We guide you through the process of Probate with warmth and concern at a time that can be difficult.
We handle Probate & estate administration succession issues and can help you navigate court processes, payment of the deceased person's debts, distribution of property according to the will or estate plan.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

We enjoy helping people preserve what they have taken a life time to attain. We really enjoy working with the type of clients who care about their families and other loved ones. Sometimes that may be a best friend or favorite charity, if one does not have living family. No matter what someones situation is, we take the time to listen and care about our clients. When most people hear “estate planning” they think in terms of wills or trusts. They might think of estate planning as a means to avoid paying death taxes, or a way in which to avoid probate. They may even go so far as to think estate planning is only for the rich. At best, most people have only a partial picture of estate planning. We feel every one has something worth taking the time to do some planning.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

A well informed client is a better client. Understanding there is a difference between knowing something about the law and practicing law is key.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

This is dangerous territory in terms of legal malpractice and I would prefer not to do this.

Does your firm provide pro bono legal services or otherwise participate in your community?

Yes, we provide Pro Bono work in our community.

Greg Jensen

-- Specialized practice in wills, trusts and probate
-- Practiced law in Nevada over 30 years
-- Partner for 22 years in Nevada's two largest law firms
-- General Counsel of title insurance company in 30 states
-- Solo law practice in Nevada since 2007

From 1999-2002 I had serious health issues and subsequent complications; I overcame these. The process of that recovery has contributed the most to the better man and lawyer I am today.

My biggest strength is my understanding and working very well with people. My style is empathetic, gentlemanly, and courteous so long as it is reciprocated. I am efficient and effective. I can be aggressive when necessary and appropriate.

Personal interests:

I love to read, sing and play acoustic guitar, hike, travel and study different places/people.

  • Bar Number: 1421
    Nevada , 1980
  • Brigham Young University
    Juris Doctorate , 1980
    Provo, UT
    Senior Editor, BYU Journal of Legal Studies

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