Q: Probate-filing Will w/Court (NV Rev Stat 136.050) - is a form required or can executor simply give Will to court clerk
Given tight timeframe to file Will with the Court, is there a formal process or can executor attend with original will personally and submit it to clerk without formality.
A: The Clerk's office will be happy to take an original will from you if you advise that the person who wrote the will has died and simply hand it to them along with the filing fee. In Clark County (home to Las Vegas) the filing fee is $18. However, they will not accept a copy for filing.
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