Nevada Wills and Estates of Deceased Persons

Sec. § 150.130
Accounts of deceased or incapacitated personal representative: Accounting by personal representative, guardian or attorney.


1.

If a personal representative dies or becomes incapacitated, the accounts may be presented to the court by the personal representative or guardian of the former personal representative. Upon petition of a successor to the deceased or incapacitated personal representative, the court shall compel the personal representative or guardian to file an account of the administration. The court shall settle such an account as in other cases.

2.

In the absence of a personal representative or guardian of the deceased or incapacitated personal representative, the court may compel an attorney to file an account of the administration to the extent that the attorney has information or records available for that purpose. The account of the attorney need not be verified. A fee must be allowed the attorney by the court for this extraordinary service.
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Feb. 5, 2021