Imagine that you are preparing to fly an airplane from Los Angeles to Honolulu. You know that airplane engines need to be serviced and overhauled after a certain number of hours of operation and you also know that the plane you are going to fly to Honolulu, over 3,000 miles of open water, has not been serviced recently. > > > Read the full article
In our legal practice, we are often asked basic questions about guardianship in Nevada. Here are some answers to these fundamental guardianship questions:
Are issues relating to persons who lack capacity dealt with in a special Court or as part of the general Court system?
In Nevada issues of competency or lack of capacity are addressed in the District Court, which is the court of general jurisdiction where the incapacitated individual resides. > > > Read the full article