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Guardian Ad Litem: Nevada Probate

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A guardian ad litem (also “GAL”) may be appointed by the Clark County Probate Court to protect the interests of certain persons. Typically, a guardian ad litem will be appointed for those that are incapacitated, minor, disabled or even&hellip

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Nevada Probate Attorneys' Fees

Nevada Probate Attorneys Fees

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Attorneys fees in Nevada probate are paid for by the estate, not personally by the personal representative.  “An attorney for a personal representative is entitled to reasonable compensation for the attorney’s services, to be paid&hellip

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A bankruptcy estate may proceed to probate, but a probate estate may not seek BK protection.

Bankruptcy & Nevada Probate

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Nevada probate law and bankruptcy (“BK”) law often interact, and, at the surface may seem contradictory. After all, state laws govern probate matters, while the U.S. constitution give the federal government authority to establish bankruptcy&hellip

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