Thanks for taking the time to find out about our connection to the Reno area. Here at Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd., we take our commitment to our neighbors in Reno to heart. Known as “The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno is actually the 4th largest city in Nevada. Our city offers beauty and entertainment, with its many resorts, nightly shows and, of course, the nearby Sierra Nevada Mountain range.
Serving Reno for more than 20 years
Our firm has been serving the Reno community for more than 20 years. In that time we have seen tremendous economic growth in the community, with an influx of new businesses and distribution centers. Located in Northern Nevada, less than 25 miles from Lake Tahoe, Reno is the third most populous city in the state, second only to Las Vegas and Henderson. The estimated population of the Reno–Sparks metropolitan area, as of 2016, was 457,667 which makes it the second largest metropolitan area in Nevada.
The Tahoe Reno Industrial Center
Nine miles east of Reno, the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center (TRIC) is an enormous 107,000-acre park encompassing a 30,000-acre industrial complex. The site is ready for development on pre-approved industrial and manufacturing lots. Reno is also home to other successful businesses, including Tesla, Amazon, Zulily, Patagonia, Switch, Microsoft, Apple, Urban Outfitters, Thrive Market, Petco, and Panasonic. If you are looking to grow your business, the greater Reno-Sparks-Tahoe is the place to go to increase their bottom line. So, if you are an entrepreneur, be sure to take advantage of the business-friendly environment in Reno as well as the skilled workforce common to our region.
Reno’s downtown Revitalization project
Beginning as early as the mid-1990’s, Reno has continuously worked to revitalize its downtown area with a steady and staggering number of projects in the works. The opinion of most in the area is that the amount of progress that has already been made is astonishing. After the Raymond I. Smith Truckee River Walk was constructed came Riverside Artist Lofts, and then the movie theater. When the various casinos began to close their doors, new developers stepped in to create residences. New developments are continuing.
Have you experienced the Reno Rodeo
As the Reno Rodeo fans know, it is the “Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West!”
For those who don’t know, the Reno Rodeo is a 10-day sporting event sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Supported by more than 500 volunteers and 140,000 fans, the Reno Rodeo is a non-profit organization has an incredible impact on the Reno/Sparks area economy. It is reported that nearly $42 million in sales at area hotels, restaurants, casinos, and retail stores.
Top-ranked University of Nevada, Reno
Reno is also home to the University of Nevada, Reno, a top-tier ranking school that offers a quality education, diverse student body, and “world-improving research and creativity.”
Reno’s great outdoors
The nearby Sierra Nevada Mountains and deserts make Reno a great area for people who like the outdoors. There are so many cultural and sporting venues for residents to enjoy. In 2004, Reno completed its $1.5 million whitewater park on the Truckee River, located in downtown Reno. This amazing attraction brings paddlers from all over the country. If skiing is your thing, there are 18 ski areas within 2 hours of the city. Reno is in close proximity to three major bodies of water: Lake Tahoe, the Truckee River, and Pyramid Lake.
Serving Our Neighbors in Reno
Estate planning provides a way to prepare yourself and your family for what happens to your property after your death. Estate planning also gives you an opportunity to plan just in case of incapacity at any point during your lifetime. If you ever become incapacitated, either temporarily or permanently, your estate plan will provide appropriate instructions and allow your family to step in when you need them most, often with no court intervention. If you plan ahead, you have the chance to identify who you want to inherit your property after your death. If you have a large estate, you also have a chance to take steps to reduce the estate taxes your estate may be required to pay.
Reno residents need an estate plan regardless of wealth
No, estate planning is not only for the rich. Estate planning protects everyone who has anything they want to leave behind for their families. Even the smallest estate needs to be prepared in order to protect both the assets and the beneficiaries to which those assets will be passed. In reality, most middle-class families need a plan just in case a family’s breadwinners are no longer capable of supporting the family.
If you have questions regarding any estate planning matters, please contact the experienced attorneys at Anderson, Dorn & Rader, Ltd. for a consultation. You can contact us either online or by calling us at (775) 823-9455. We are here to help!