Nevada Guardianships; Conservatorships; Trusts

Sec. § 159.334
Imposition of certain restrictions on communication, visitation or interaction between protected person and relative or person of natural affection before issuance of order.


1.

Before issuing an order pursuant to NRS 159.333, a court shall consider imposing any restrictions on communication, visitation or interaction between a protected person and a relative or person of natural affection in the following order of preference:

(a)

Placing reasonable time, manner or place restrictions on communication, visitation or interaction between the protected person and the relative or person of natural affection based on the history between the protected person and the relative or person of natural affection or the wishes of the protected person;

(b)

Requiring that any communication, visitation or interaction between the protected person and the relative or person of natural affection be supervised; and

(c)

Denying communication, visitation or interaction between the protected person and the relative or person of natural affection.

2.

If the court determines that the relative or person of natural affection poses a threat to the protected person, the court may order supervised communication, visitation or interaction pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 1 before denying any communication, visitation or interaction.
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