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My Aunt, in Nevada, has been asked to complete this form for my grandfather. He died two weeks ago. I have searched and have not been able to find this form on the state website. Where is it? What is it? Once completed, does it have any implicatio...
In Nevada, I your grandfather had a will, then the Court will have to be involved and you will need a lawyer to file a case in Court. If he had a Living Trust, then this office can prepare an Affidavit the Successor Trustee for your Aunt to sign, provided she is named in the Trust as successor to your grandfather.
My direct number is 775-333-6565 in Reno, Nevada. This is general information and does not render a legal opinion on your particular case.
My father in law is in a dementia -Alzheimer's facility. His wife passed away to cancer last year. His and her original will stated whom ever passed first the other spouse was the heir entitled to the house and land. If both were deceased it goes ...
In Nevada, and I only know Nevada law, a spouse can always claim a "spousal share" which is generally one half of the estate even if the other spouse proposes to give the entire estate to a third party. I am confused in the first part you state he is in a dementia-Alzheimers facility and then you state he is of sound mind. There may be some elder abuse based upon what the son is proposing. This is a serious and complicated issue.See question
Leaving the Country and don't have a Will, and where can get it done?
In Nevada, and I only know Nevada Law, two neutral witnesses are required and they must sign affidavits for the will to be valid. Neutral witnesses are persons who are not named in the Will to take any bequests or gifts.See question