Nevada is one of only nine community property states.  So it shouldn’t surprise anyone that community property is an area of law not widely understood.

Community property consists of all assets over which each spouse in a marriage has an equal and undivided 50% ownershi...

Whether tenants are entitled to a refund of all or a portion of their security deposit is often one of the more hotly contested issues with landlords. Although Nevada’s laws on point sometimes appear complex, here are a few basics governing residential security deposit...

One of the thornier issues of any agreement to transfer property is whether and, if so, the extent to which the seller has a duty to disclose relevant information.  The law generally presumes that contracting parties have equal bargaining power and requires buyers to d...

Some time ago, a client presented her deceased husband’s will to me.  Unfortunately, based on erroneous advice from a non-attorney, the will wasn’t properly witnessed and the court consequently declared it invalid.  That ultimately meant that the State rather than the...

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