Can an heir to an estate collect under NRS 41.1395 for fraud in Nevada? The perpetrator stole over $100k from my grandmother.
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Assuming everything you state can be proved, I believe the short answer to your question is "yes." To have standing to bring such an action, you would first need to be appointed as an administrator/personal representative of your grandmother's estate.
These types of cases are not easily won. If you are serious about pursuing the claim, you should first collect all of the medical evidence you can, as well as the evidence of the transfers to the perpetrator. Bring this in and consult with a local probate litigation attorney, who will be able to point you in the right direction and help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your specific case.
Best of luck!