Probate is a legal process in which the deceased person’s assets are divided among the living heirs according to Nevada Law or the beneficiaries at the direction of the Decedent’s Will. When you are dealing with the probate courts, you need to remember that their main function is to make sure that the assets are properly distributed and that any debts are paid off. So the question is, what matters are involved with Probates?
· Disposition of personal property
· Notice of trusts
· Safe deposit
There are many different documents that need to be submitted to the court. These documents contain different motions, petitions, and notice of hearings. Any information that you have regarding the Decedent’s estate, specifically assets of the estate, is going to need to be presented to the court.
If the Decedent has a Will prior to their passing, then the probate process may not be very complicated. When it comes to dealing with probate courts, it is a good idea to have an attorney on your side who knows what they are doing.
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