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How do I file a foreign judgment in Nevada?

Judgments issued in states other than Nevada are considered a foreign judgment. Nevada has adopted the uniform law on domesticating foreign judgments …

How to set up an estate plan in Nevada?

The first step should be to find an attorney you like who has rates you can afford. The attorney will discuss options with you. A …

Can I get my trust fund early in Nevada?

In Nevada, that depends on the terms of the trust. If you want to access funds earlier than specified in the trust, you may need to petition the …

How long does probate take in Nevada?

It depends on the value of the estate. In Nevada, the thresholds for a court procedure are $25,000 for non-spouses and $100,000 for …

Questions to ask a probate lawyer before hiring them in Nevada?

First and foremost, you should feel comfortable with the attorney you hire in Nevada. They should be forthcoming with answers; whether the …

Why hire a probate attorney in Nevada?

In some cases, you will need an attorney in Nevada. Cases involving real property (such as houses, condominiums, townhomes, commercial property …

How long does it take to set up a will in Nevada?

In Nevada, we can generally have a will set up and finalized within one to two weeks, sometimes faster if emergency circumstances …

What happens if a will is not probated in Nevada?

It depends on what the Estate assets are.  If the Estate has no assets and no creditors, there is no need to probate the Will.  It still …

How to dispute a living trust in Nevada?

You would first need to petition the Court to assume jurisdiction of the Trust.  The main goal of the Living Trust is typically to avoid …

How much does a trust fund cost in Nevada?

A revocable living trust package can vary in price, generally anywhere from $1,000 to $4,500.  Our firm charges a flat fee of $995 for a …

How to leave assets to a minor in Nevada?

A revocable living trust is the best way to leave assets to a minor in Nevada.  It allows you to name a custodian for the asset (the Trustee), …

How to avoid inheritance tax on property in Nevada?

There are many calculations involved in the inheritance tax equation.  Nevada has no state-level inheritance tax, but your probate attorney …

Can you do a grant of probate yourself in Nevada?

It is possible to do probate yourself in Nevada, but it has pitfalls and can be a frustrating process for many people. Estates less than $100,000 in …

What is probate court in Nevada?

Probate court is where Wills are admitted and where estates without Wills are divided and supervised by the Court.  A Will is not validated …

Questions to Ask a Probate Attorney in Nevada?

The first question should be how much experience the attorney has in handling probate cases like yours.  The next question should be how the …

How to choose a probate attorney in Nevada?

You should choose a probate attorney who is willing to speak with you on the phone, or in person, at your request, and one who makes you feel …

What is the Nevada Commerce Tax?

The Nevada Commerce Tax is a new tax in Nevada that went into effect in 2015. Many businesses have already been notified about this tax through a …

How do I collect money I am owed in Nevada?

The first question is whether you already have a judgment from a court. If you already have a judgment, then Nevada law provides legal remedies …

How do I find a personal injury lawyer in Las Vegas, Nevada?

Not all lawyers are alike. When you are injured, it is important that you place your trust and your case with an experienced and reputable …

Can I sue an uninsured motorist in Nevada?

Yes. Uninsured and underinsured motorists who cause accidents can be sued for their negligence in Nevada. The problem, however, is collecting what is …

Can I sue hit and run drivers in Nevada?

Yes. Hit-and-run accidents are not as uncommon as you might think, especially in Las Vegas, Nevada. Often drivers who attempt to flee the scene …

Can I Sue My Auto Insurance Company In Nevada?

Yes. In Nevada, auto insurance companies owe a fiduciary duty and a duty of good faith and fair dealing to their insured — that means you. If …

Can I Sue For Wrongful Death In Nevada?

Yes. If you are an immediate family member/next of kin of someone who was wrongfully killed by someone else, you can sue for wrongful death in …

Can I Sue After A Car Accident In Nevada?

Yes.  Nevada law allows people who are hurt in a car wreck to sue the person who caused it.  All drivers are required to drive responsibly …

Can I sue drunk drivers in Nevada?

Yes. Although drunk drivers face criminal charges for violating the law in Nevada, they can also be sued personally by anyone they harm while driving …

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