Can you do a grant of probate yourself in Nevada?
Answered by: Brandi K. CassadyCassady Law Offices, P.C. Phone: 702-706-1083
It is possible to do probate yourself in Nevada, but it has pitfalls and can be a frustrating process for many people. Estates less than $100,000 in value are easier and chances of success are higher, but Estates over $100,000 in value should have an attorney involved if possible.
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