Nevada Guardianships; Conservatorships; Trusts

Sec. § 159.175
Exchange or partition of property of protected person.


1.

A guardian of the estate, with prior approval of the court by order, where it appears from the petition and the court determines that the best interests of the protected person are served by such action, may:

(a)

Accept an offer to exchange all or any interest of the protected person in real or personal property or both real and personal property for real or personal property or both real and personal property of another, and pay or receive any cash or other consideration to equalize the values on such exchange; or

(b)

Effect a voluntary partition of real or personal property or both real and personal property in which the protected person owns an undivided interest.

2.

Upon hearing the petition, the court shall inquire into the value of the property to be exchanged or partitioned, the rental or income therefrom, and the use for which the property is best suited.
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