Open Letter to Nevada State Senators to Amend NRS 21.090

Dear Senator, As I read NRS Chapter 78 and NRS Chapter 86, the charging-order “benefit” to LLC members and to closely held corporations with fewer than 100 shareholders are essentially the same. The difference is that the exemption statute [NRS 21.090(1)(bb)] contains a specific reference to stock described in NRS 78.746(2) and does NOT mention […]

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Nevada Short Sales and Deficiency Claims

The difference between what you owe the lender and what the lender received in an approved short sale, simply known as the deficiency or a short sale deficiency, can be sought by lenders in more than half the states through something called a deficiency judgment. In Nevada, such a claim by a lender to seek […]

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Nevada Personal Injury Insurance Issues

In our personal injury cases, one of the biggest questions is the amount of insurance available. This helps to determine the maximum potential recovery. We typically use NRS 690B right away, and obtain a medical authorization signed by the clients and a list of their health care providers to-date, at our initial client meeting. The […]

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Contingency Fees in Personal Injury Cases

One of the provisions in the client agreement will be for legal fees. The majority of personal injury lawsuits use a contingency fee. Other types of cases, like criminal defense or family law, rely on flat fees or hourly billing. For plaintiff personal injury lawsuits cases, the contingency fee permits regular people to hire a […]

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