Changes To Nevada Law Regarding Foreclosures And Deficiencies

ASSIGNMENTS Nevada Revised Statutes 106.210 through 205.395, set forth the revisions to those Nevada statutes which were effected via AB 284. Lenders need to be aware of the first sentence found in NRS 106.210, which now includes the following requirement: “If the beneficial interest under a deed of trust has been assigned, the trustee under […]

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Estate Planning: Does Your Will Accomplish What You Want It To?

On February 16, 2012, recorded in 128 Nev. Advance Opinon 4, the Nevada Supreme Court rendered a landmark decision affecting all persons who make out wills, subject to Nevada law, in which they make provisions excluding persons from receiving their estate upon their death. The decedent in the case was a recluse who had little […]

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Nevada Water Rights Transfer – Use A Nevada Water Lawyer

Whether it is authentic or not, the quote attributed to Mark Twain that “whiskey is for drinking, but water is for fighting over” could not be more true in our experience dealing with western water law issues – particularly in parched Southwest states like Nevada and Utah where water users’ land value – particularly in […]

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Planning For Business Disputes For A Nevada LLC Or Corporations

One of the most common forms of dispute we deal with as Nevada business litigators is the so-called business divorce or break-up of a small business where the partners are no longer able to get along and run the business (usually a Nevada limited liability company or Nevada corporation) together. These situations lead to costly […]

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Transferring Your Investment Property Into a Nevada LLC

It seems like everyone you talk to these days is buying an investment property in Southern Nevada, due to the continually low cost of residential real estate. Institutional and wealthy investors are expending large sums on these endeavors and are keeping inventory levels of residential homes on the market at lower levels. A question we […]

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