Nonjudicial settlement agreements in Nevada are a method to settle disputes between interested persons over administrations of irrevocable trusts without involvement of courts. NRS §164.940 and §164.942 (2015) govern who [...]
Letters Testamentary are NOT just something you can simply visit with an attorney to get. They are not what the average person thinks – a letter from one person to [...]
Starting now, September 2021, Debbie Conway, Clark County Recorder and her office, began offering an alert notification service of documents recorded against specific real property, a name, or parcel number. [...]
Every day we work with clients who are about to get married, most of these clients are updating their estate planning documents. Sometimes we recommend a prenuptial agreement. Prenuptial agreements [...]
In a second marriage, naming children from previous relationships to serve as co-trustees is likely a costly mistake.
My previous blog post of August 20, 2020, entitled, “In a Second Marriage, the Children of the Surviving Spouse Win Significantly Most of the Time” discusses the corrosive effect of [...]
Your Living Trust is a Privacy Keeping, Probate and Guardianship Delay Avoiding, Attorney Fee Saving, and Keeping Courts out of your life technique; Don’t unintentionally get your family tangled up! [...]
This blog post answers the question of applying Nevada probate law. Our firm is frequently asked about selling a house in probate in Nevada, or said another way, can an [...]