The attorneys at Anderson, Rader & Dorn proudly serve residents of Douglas County, Nevada. There are no incorporated cities or towns in the county, which is relatively sparsely populated with just under 50,000 residents. There are numerous small census designated places and some unincorporated communities, and we look at three of the larger ones here.
Minden holds a very special place in Douglas County as the County Seat. It is considered to be an unincorporated town, and it is a quiet place that is home to around 3000 people. There is a Western Nevada College campus in town, so local students do not have to leave home to get a solid education.
Another unincorporated town that is located in Douglas County is Gardnerville. It gets its name from the founder of the community, John Gardner. At the time of the last census, the population was 5656, so it is a relatively large town given the fact that Douglas County is full of tiny census designated places.
One of these small CDPs is Stateline, Nevada. As the name would indicate, it is on the border of California and Nevada. Though the permanent population is under 1000 people, Stateline is a beautiful resort community on Lake Tahoe. As a result, it attracts many visitors, and there are numerous different hotels and a handful of casinos.
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Estate planning is a must for all residents of Douglas County. Our office can be easily reached from all parts of the county, and we invite you to schedule a consultation with our firm. Your attorney will get to know you, gain an understanding of your situation, and make the appropriate recommendations.
Personalized attention is key, because each situation is different. This is exactly what you will get if you choose our firm. Plus, we will always be available to adjust your existing estate plan if and when it becomes necessary. You can send us a message to request a consultation appointment, and if you would prefer to speak over the phone, we can be reached at 775-823-9455.