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Greg & Sandy were very friendly, helpful & knowledgeable in agreeing to review all of our 15 year old Trust,... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 9.3
I want to personally recommend this firm to all my friends and family. Thank you Naira and attorney Cliff for... more
Reno  Robert Allen Koenig

Robert Koenig

Reno, NV Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.7
Greg set up my Trust, Will, and Living Will and I am very happy with the results. He listened carefully and... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 9.3
The Jensens were a pleasure to work with. They did most of the legwork and gave me step by step instructions... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 9.3
He represented my grandson who suffers from a mental disability. He did everything to please the prosecutors... more
Reno  Joseph D. Merkin

Joseph Merkin

Reno, NV Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.7
I am a former client of Mr. Paredes. I have never had any legal troubles, and was very nervous about the... more
Reno  Lester Mike Paredes

Lester Paredes

Reno, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.9
Mr. Friedman was at one time a good attorney, as I used him before. Times change he was totally incompetent... more
Reno  Jeffrey Friedman

Jeffrey Friedman

Reno, NV Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
I recently moved to Nevada from California, and wanted to establish a new trust. Greg and Sandy are local,... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 9.3

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What is now Reno began as a toll bridge over the Truckee River that was built by Charles W. Fuller to accommodate mining traffic after the 1859 discovery of silver at the nearby Comstock Lode. After a small community grew up around the bridge, Fuller sold the bridge to Myron C. Lake, who continued to develop the village and renamed it “Lake’s Crossing.”

After the Central Pacific Railroad built a station in the town, Lake’s Crossing was renamed Reno after a Union officer killed in the Civil War, Major General Jesse Lee Reno.