Guardianships & Conservatorships

Establishing an adult guardianship or conservatorship in Nevada

Estate planning can take a variety of forms, from creating a last will and testament to establishing a revocable or irrevocable trust and more. For some Nevada families, though, a less common but equally important aspect of planning for the future involves something called an adult guardianship or conservatorship. With the help of a lawyer,…

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Establishing a guardian or a trust can save time, money in Nevada

There is a saying: Failing to prepare is like preparing to fail. This sentiment can be applied to many situations in many states every day, and estate planning in Nevada is no exception. For example, things like failing to properly prepare for the incapacitation of an elderly relative can result in the need for a…

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Providing for horses after owners’ death through estate planning

Many Nevada residents provide for their pets after death, but horses are often far more valuable than the family pet. People own horses for competitions, races and breeding, which can all be lucrative and make the horses worth a substantial amount of money. What happens to these horses after the death of their owners can…

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Avoiding the potential for abuse in a guardianship

When injured, ill or aging adults here in Nevada and elsewhere are unable to care for themselves, family members or care facilities such as hospitals and nursing homes often step in to act on behalf of the incapacitated individual. Unfortunately, there seem to be an increasing number of cases in which a guardian (the person/entity…

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Different types of guardianship in Nevada

Coming to the realization that a member of your family is unable to make sound decisions on his or her own behalf and needs help with day-to-day activities can be heartbreaking. You can take responsibility for their care and decisions through a guardianship. The state of Nevada has several different types of guardianship, based on…

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Agreement reached in guardianship of Whitney Houston’s daughter

Nevada fans of the late Whitney Houston or Bobby Brown are most likely aware that their daughter, Bobbi Kristina, was found in the bathtub at her home in January. She was unresponsive and remained hospitalized until sometime in March when she was moved to a rehabilitation center. The 22-year-old’s grandmother says that she suffered irreversible…

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