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Nevada’s Homestead Exemption Laws and What it Can Do For You

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

The Nevada homestead exemption law is among the most generous in our nation. Thanks to Nevada’s strong public policy, residents in Nevada can now keep their homes despite entry of a judgment against them. How does Nevada’s Homestead Exemption Law Work? Homestead Declaration forms are filed with the County Recorder by Nevada homeowners so… Read More »

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Property Exempt from Execution

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When a judgment is entered against you, a creditor will look to enforce it by seizing a debtor’s property. Once a creditor obtains that property, they will sell it to satisfy the debt. That process is referred to as “execution.” Even if a judgment exists, certain types of assets cannot be taken from you… Read More »

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The Different Types of Trusts: How Are They Used?

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

One fact of life is that the possessions we acquire and the wealth we build cannot go with us when we pass. To dictate what happens to their possessions and wealth, individuals undergo a process to make their intentions clear. Many use a Will to show which individuals will receive which possessions. Others know… Read More »

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I Have Been Named As Trustee: What Do I Do?

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

When creating a Trust, one must designate a Trustee to manage the assets of the estate. One individual, several individuals, family, friends, professional advisors, an institution, and others can be designated as Trustees. Being designated as a Trustee brings many responsibilities that must be performed. The experienced trust and probate attorneys at Lee Kiefer… Read More »

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30 Probate and Trusts Terms You Should Know

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

In the world of Probate and Trusts, many terms exist that at first look, might seem hard for nonlawyers to understand. With this article, it is our hope that the experienced trust and probate attorneys at Lee Kiefer & Park, LLC, can help alleviate this concern by simplifying 30 terms. Lee, Kiefer, & Park,… Read More »

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Probate Process: Can I Sell Property If I Need to During Probate Process?

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

One fact that is not widely known is that most of the time when a person dies, their property must go through a process called Probate. This is a very costly and complex process. One of the main reasons for its price tag is the number of actions the Court must be involved with…. Read More »

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The Appointment & Responsibilities of a Designated Personal Representative

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

It is important in life to have order. For everyone to live in harmony one with another, from our earliest history, societies have created a system of laws. In a targeted way, we have designated laws regarding how estates are to be administered after a person dies. To keep order, one person takes the… Read More »

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Probate Process: What Does It Mean to Open a Probate Estate and Who Can Do It?

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

Most people chase the dream of owning their own home and vehicle. Additionally, we acquire many items of personal property. These items range from things as small as a pair of glasses and smaller to things as large as a television set or pool table and bigger. After acquiring this property, what happens to… Read More »

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Independent Administration: What Am I Able to Do and What Is Not Allowed?

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

Nevada has a complicated process when it comes to dividing property at the time of a person’s death. Unlike some states, virtually every action taken during the Probate process must be approved by the Court. As the value of the estate increases, more is required. Small estates can have a streamlined process while larger… Read More »

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Court Jurisdiction: The Court and Types of Probate Proceedings in Nevada

By Lee Kiefer & Park, LLP

It is often the case that individuals execute a Will to express their wishes as to the distribution of assets after they die. Whether or not a person has a Will, cases must go through the Probate Process. This article discusses the different options available depending on the value of the estate. The experienced… Read More »

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