Nevada Guardianships; Conservatorships; Trusts

Sec. § 159.039
Proceedings commenced in more than one county.


1.

If proceedings for the appointment of a guardian for the same proposed protected person are commenced in more than one county in this State, and the home state of the proposed protected person is this State, they shall be stayed, except in the county where first commenced, until final determination of venue in that county. If the proper venue is finally determined to be in another county, the court shall cause a transcript of the proceedings and all original papers filed therein, all certified by the clerk of the court, to be sent to the clerk of the court of the proper county.

2.

A proceeding is considered commenced by the filing of a petition.

3.

The proceedings first legally commenced for the appointment of a guardian of the estate or of the person and estate extends to all the property of the proposed protected person which is in this state.
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Feb. 5, 2021