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Notice to Creditors After Death of a Loved One

When someone dies, they leave behind property and other assets. They may also have debts, liens, taxes, and other bills that must be paid. These debts must be settled before the remaining assets can be divided and distributed. Paying the debts of the… Read More
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Do Independent Contractors Qualify for Workers’ Compensation in Nevada?

Nevada’s workers’ compensation coverage provides benefits for workers who were injured on the job. Workers’ compensation is a no-fault insurance program that pays for the cost of medical treatment and provides other benefits to injured employee… Read More
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Ancillary Probate for Out-of-State Families

Losing a loved one can be difficult, and the process of administering a person’s estate after their death can make things even more stressful. Dealing with probate court is challenging under the best of circumstances. But the probate court process… Read More
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Disinheriting: How to Exclude Someone from a Will

A Last Will and Testament is essential for every adult. It establishes your wishes for distributing your property after your death. When you prepare your will, you can protect your legacy, choose who will inherit your property, and ensure that they r… Read More
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Can I Get Workers’ Compensation and Social Security Disability?

For many employees, a workplace injury is a temporary setback. They make a full recovery and return to earning a livelihood. But for others, a workplace injury means a long-term rehabilitation process or even permanent disability. If you receive work… Read More
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Pitfalls of DIY Online Estate Planning

These days, it seems like there are DIY instructions for everything. Want to change your own oil? Install a light fixture? Build a dining room table? With a few keystrokes, you can have instructions and how-to videos for almost anything at your finge… Read More
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Can I Start a New Job While on Workers’ Compensation?

Many people who suffer a work-related injury are unable to perform the same job. As a result, they may experience difficulty making ends meet and might look for a new position. Others may seek a new job that is safer so they can avoid being injured a… Read More
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Factors to Consider in Estate Planning for Blended Families

Blended families face unique estate planning challenges. As divorce and second marriages become increasingly common, more people find themselves raising children who are not biologically their own. Estate planning for blended families requires a skil… Read More
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Does Workers’ Compensation Cover COVID Long Haulers?

“Long COVID” or “long-haul COVID” refers to a situation in which a person who was exposed to the coronavirus continues to experience symptoms for weeks and even months afterward. Symptoms of long COVID may include memory loss, headaches, upse… Read More
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How to Contest a Will in Nevada

A person’s last will and testament is a legal document that states the wishes of the deceased after they have died. A will contains the deceased person’s instructions on matters such as who will care for their minor children, who will handle thei… Read More
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