Success and Peace of Mind
Your personal and family peace of mind are our primary goals. Whether it is planning for your growing family, college, disabled family members or your own retirement, we are committed to providing quality service and representation.
We work with your financial advisors, accountants, and when necessary, social workers, geriatric care managers and business partners to prepare a solid plan for you and your family’s needs, today and in the future.
Personal service is the key to a strong relationship with our clients. Only attorneys licensed in the State of Nevada will speak and work with and represent you. Every client is treated with respect and as a member of our family. Your peace of mind is ours as well.
Laura E. Stubberud, Esq.
Laura Stubberud has over two decades of experience in the practice of estate and family law in Nevada. After graduation from UCLA, she studied law at Southwestern University School of Law , graduating in 1992. With over 25 years of practice in Clark County, Nevada, Ms. Stubberud has substantial experience in estate planning, special needs planning, probate and trust administration. In 1997, her expertise was acknowledged when she was featured in Distinguished Women of Southern Nevada.
Laura Stubberud is a member of both the Nevada and California State Bar Associations and an active member of the Clark County Bar Association.
For the past 10 years, Ms. Stubberud has practiced primarily in the areas of estate planning, wills, trusts, planning for the disabled, and probate administration. She has published several articles on trusts for the disabled and particularly enjoys working with families, focusing on their future, to provide a sense of security and peace of mind. She has lectured on estate planning and probate to many groups in Southern Nevada, including the City of North Las Vegas, People´s Law School, Nevada PEP, the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Azulblue Autism Advocacy.
Ryan Cuen, Esq.
Ryan has lived in Southern Nevada since he was 10 years old. He attended Bishop Gorman high school and studied at UNLV and the University of Arizona for his undergraduate studies. Upon getting his degree, Ryan went to work at his father’s architectural firm, where he managed the company’s finances. He loved working with his father, but over time he developed a need to carve his own path in life. It was sometime thereafter that Ryan decided to take the LSAT and embark on a career in law.
During law school, Ryan worked for estate planning firms and developed a passion for the area. Therefore, after passing the bar, Ryan began looking for jobs exclusively practicing estate planning. As this is a niche area of law, Ryan could not initially find such a position and took a job practicing in the related area of Guardianship law. Although this was a valuable learning experience, Ryan’s desire to transfer over into estate planning never diminished, and in 2018, Ryan left his previous position and started Agave Law, Ltd. Agave was Ryan’s pride and joy, and year after year the business grew exponentially. A large part of the growth of the firm was due to the referrals from The Law Offices of Laura Stubberud. By 2020 it had become apparent that the future of both firms would be entwined, so later that year, Ryan and Laura decided it would be in both firms’ best interests to join forces and create one firm.
Now that the two firms have combined, the positive changes are clear. The results have been great from day one, and they are seeing and serving more happy clients than ever before.
When not practicing law, Ryan enjoys rooting for his favorite sports teams, playing soccer, watching movies, traveling, designing homes with his architect father, and spending time with his family and friends.