Nevada Wills and Estates of Deceased Persons
Sec. § 155.010
Method of giving notice; notice to certain persons required; court may dispense with notice; proof; waiver of notice.


1.

Except as otherwise provided in this section or a specific statute relating to the kind of notice required or otherwise ordered by the court in a particular instance, a petitioner shall cause notice of the time and place of the hearing of a petition to be given to each interested person and to every other person entitled to notice pursuant to this title or his or her attorney if the person has appeared by attorney or requested that notice be sent to his or her attorney. Notice must be given:

(a)

By mailing a copy thereof at least 10 days before the time set for the hearing by certified, registered or ordinary first-class mail addressed to the person being notified at the post office address given in the person’s demand for notice, if any, or at his or her office or place of residence, if known, or by personally delivering a copy thereof to the person being notified at least 10 days before the time set for the hearing; or

(b)

If the address or identity of the person is not known and cannot be ascertained with reasonable diligence, by publishing at least once a week for 3 consecutive weeks a copy thereof in a newspaper having general circulation in the county where the hearing is to be held, the last publication of which must be at least 10 days before the date set for the hearing.

2.

A person who, for the purposes of the matter to be considered at a hearing, is not an interested person is not entitled to notice of that hearing.

3.

The court, for good cause shown, may provide for a different method or time of giving notice for any hearing, or may dispense with the notice otherwise required to be given to a person under this title.

4.

Proof of the giving of notice must be made on or before the hearing and filed in the proceeding.

5.

A person entitled to notice may, in writing, waive notice of the hearing of a petition.
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