In some cases, you will need an attorney in Nevada. Cases involving real property (such as houses, condominiums, townhomes, commercial property and vacant land) will require some type of court order for transfer and sale. The type of procedure depends on the value, but if your case involves real property, you should definitely have an attorney in Nevada handle the case. A Nevada attorney is also familiar with our probate court’s procedures, rules, protocols and practices. You will get the best result if you hire a Nevada probate attorney who is experienced. They can also be your local liaison to deal with issues requiring physical presence in the estate.
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