Nevada Domestic Relations
Sec. § 128.180
Restoration of parental rights: Notice of hearing; persons required to be personally served with notice; right of such persons to present testimony and evidence.


1.

Before a hearing is held on a petition that is filed pursuant to NRS 128.170, the court shall direct the clerk to issue a notice, reciting briefly the substance of the petition and stating the date set for the hearing thereof, and requiring the person served therewith to appear before the court at the time and place if that person desires to provide testimony or evidence concerning the petition.

2.

The following persons must be personally served with the notice:

(a)

The natural parent or parents for whom parental rights are sought to be restored;

(b)

The legal custodian and the legal guardian of the child who is the subject of the petition;

(c)

If the parental rights of the natural parent or parents for whom parental rights are sought to be restored were terminated, the person or governmental entity that petitioned for the termination if different from the persons notified pursuant to paragraph (b); and

(d)

The attorney of record of the child who is the subject of the petition or, if none, the child.

3.

The persons who are served with notice pursuant to subsection 2 must be provided an opportunity to present testimony and evidence during the hearing.
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