The Will signed by your bf would need to be viewed to see whether it is a valid Will under NV Statute; A registered domestic partner does have rights under the NV Statutes, so I would recommend that you meet with an attorney to review the Will and discuss your...Read more »
Under NV Statute, the Will should be filed with the Court. If there are no assets, only liabilities, then there is no reason to spend funds opening an insolvent Probate. It would be different if there were assets to be transferred to you as the heir.
My mom died intestate when I was 17. I am her only child and she was a widow her only living next of kin is her brother. I am trying to avoid going through the court since washoe county doesn't want to let me file everything with the court on my own but hire an attorney instead. I realize that... Read more »
You can't get title with an affidavit. You will need to do a probate. The proper value of the estate is the value of the home at the time of your mother's death which is probably a lot less than the current value. The Court will accept the Zillow.com value and the Zillow.com website...Read more »
As the value of the house is in excess of $100,000.00, you will need to open a Summary Administration and go through the motions through the Court to have the house transferred to yourself as sole heir.
You mentioned that you own the property as 'community property' - did you mean 'joint tenants'? If you are joint tenants then the property will revert to the surviving joint tenant(s) upon recording of an Affidavit Terminating the Joint...Read more »
Stepmother/Father bought house together three years ago in vegas and she may have been his beneficiary for his 401k but we would like to see the will because he previously told me we were mentioned in it for when she dies.
Haven't seen online any filing of the will with the courts or... Read more »
1. Any person having possession of a will shall, within 30 days after knowledge of the death of the person who executed the will, deliver it to the clerk of the district court which has jurisdiction of the case or to...Read more »
Our firm does uncontested probates at discounted rates through out Nevada if the are Set Asides, Summary Administration or General Administration. These terms are explained on our website, probatenevada.net
If the probate is contested (because family members are fighting) you want to...Read more »
Typically you can transfer real property, personal property, membership interests, stocks, vehicles, and the like. Assets that cannot be 'owned' by a revocable trust are Qualified Plans [IRA, 401K], Annuities and Life Insurance Policies. [Life Insurance Policies can be owned by an...Read more »
If there is equity in the home, a Probate will need to be opened to transfer the residence to the sole heir, or to allow the sole heir to sell the residence, unless Mom filed a Deed Upon death prior to her passing.
Typically personal property doesn't go through probate unless it is 'valuable', or if there is a contest. Oftentimes clients leave a "memorandum" which sets forth which child gets certain pieces of personal property. You don't say whether you have a revocable living...Read more »
Bank released funds to daughter without proper court order. Funds did not belong to the deceased, they were deposited after Mother's death. Money has to be returned, daughter being sued by pension fund. Bank should have known. Never gave daughter a statement, or put funds into blocked account.... Read more »
If the account was payable on death to daughter the ordinary procedure would be for the bank to release the funds upon being shown mother's death certificate. The bank should have exercised caution with respect to funds deposited after the mother's death. However, the daughter is unlikely...Read more »
The first thing you may want to do is to reach out to the Nevada State Bar to see if they have any knowledge of anyone taking over the practice, or the transfer of files. Typically files are kept for 7 years, so if it is longer than that, you may not be able to obtain a copy.
What I typically see is a "Declination" prepared by and signed by the resigning Trustee(s) just stating that they acknowledge they were nominated to serve as Trustees of the "Name" Trust, however they decline to accept that appointment. The form could include language stating...Read more »
I will form a trust using is legal forms. As I don't have much cash. I called Clark county and asked what forms I need, and they refused to give any guidance. All I wanted to know was what items do I need to bring in with me to transfer the name from me to my trust
You will need to prepare and execute a Warranty Deed and also a Declaration of Value to accompany it. You will need to present a copy of the Trust or Trust Certificate to the Recorders Office at the time of filing your documents, however the Trust is not recorded. You should then re-file your...Read more »
We now have the certified death certificates and we have her signed will can we mail to Clark County probate court. We do not live in the state and I am executor. Since she had no assets is it required
I have spoke to the Law firm 3 times handling the estate. I am not the executor. In April, they told me it should be complete by June. I called last week and they have yet to file the closing of the probate. There is a substantial amount of money involved in this estate and not having any... Read more »
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