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Probate vs. Non-Probate Assets: What Assets Are Subject to Probate?

Probate has developed a bad reputation for bureaucracy and delay. If you recently lost a loved one and were tasked with probating the estate, you may fear the worst. But Nevada law limits the property that is subject to probate. You can simplify the… Read More
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Litigation vs. Mediation in Probate Disputes

Settling the affairs of a deceased loved one and transferring their assets to heirs and estate beneficiaries involves several complicated procedures. Probate disputes can arise when the heirs and beneficiaries interpret the deceased person’s estate… Read More
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Do I Need an Attorney for Probate?

Have you recently lost a loved one? Were you named as the Executor in someone’s Will? Do you have questions about the Nevada probate process but don’t know where to turn? If you find yourself in this situation, you may be wondering, “Do I need… Read More
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What to Expect in a Nevada Probate Hearing

Probate is the legal process of identifying and distributing a person’s assets after their death. The probate process is complicated and, by definition, occurs after a family has lost a loved one. This means that probate often occurs while a family… Read More
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How to Avoid Probate in Nevada

Probate is the court-supervised process of settling a deceased person’s estate. The estate representative must locate the deceased person’s assets, pay legitimate debts, and transfer property to the people the deceased person intended to have it.… Read More
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Who Gets Paid First in the Probate Process?

If you were named as the executor or administrator of a deceased person’s estate, you might wonder who gets paid first in probate. While the deceased person’s Last Will and Testament provides a general guide, probating an estate is not always a s… Read More
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How Much Does Probate Cost in Nevada?

Probate is the legal process of taking inventory of and distributing a person’s assets after they die. It is a common court-supervised procedure that protects against fraud after someone passes away and is required for most estates in Nevada in the… Read More
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A Guide to the Probate Process

Probate is the legal process by which a deceased person’s assets are distributed to their heirs after the estate is inventoried, and estate debts are paid. If the person had a will, their assets will be distributed according to the terms of the wil… Read More
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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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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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