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Estate Planning and Procrastination: Doing Nothing is a Choice

By Kristen A. Moe, Esq. We all do it. Sometimes we say, “I’ll do it tomorrow”, and tomorrow never comes. Procrastination is the “thief of time”.[1] Some people delay Estate Planning because of a perception that Wills are complicated, others may have difficulty talking about the subject for personal reasons or think that their estates …

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NLS Litigation Director Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Nevada Legal Services’ Litigation Director David Olshan recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award in connection with Vegas Inc’s 2022 Top Lawyers publication.  Although he is not one to seek public praise, we are thrilled to see David receive this well-deserved honor.   David has committed his career to public service, having spent 32 years (and counting) fighting …

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Holographic Wills (Not the same as a hologram)

By Lidia G. Rincon, Esq. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “Holographic Will” as “One that is entirely written, dated, and signed by hand of the testator himself.” Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 133.090 defines “Holographic Will” as “A will in which the signature, date and material provisions are written by the hand of the testator, whether or …

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May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

 By Lidia G. Rincon, Esq. Depression is not a normal part of aging.  Depression is a medical condition that manifests itself differently in younger and older adults.  Although treatable, depression often goes undiagnosed, especially among older adults.     According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, depression is more common in individuals who suffer from …

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