When you have no plan, the probate court will determine how to handle your assets, based on the laws of intestate succession. Based on those laws, to whom your property will be distributed depends on which of your relatives survived you.
Topics covered in this whitepaper include:
- Nevada’s Laws of Intestate Succession
- Who Will Inherit My Property?
- Community Property
- Legal Definition of “Children”
- Special Circumstances That May Apply
- Avoiding the Laws of Intestate Succession
- Avoiding Probate
With a law degree and a Master of Health Administration from the top health law program in the nation Mr. Rader began his career in public service with the Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners. While with the Board he dealt with many complex health care issues confronting the state and assisted in redrawing state health law. Mr. Rader next worked for the Governor’s Office, Consumer Health Assistance. As Deputy Chief Ombudsman he represented the interests of many citizens before health care providers, state legislators and other state agencies.
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