NRS 159A.1853
Petition for removal.


The following persons may petition the court to have a guardian removed:


The protected minor;


Any relative who is within the second degree of consanguinity to the protected minor;


A public guardian; or


Any other interested person.


The petition must:


State with particularity the reasons for removing the guardian; and


Show cause for the removal.


If the court denies the petition for removal, the petitioner shall not file a subsequent petition unless a material change of circumstances warrants a subsequent petition.


If the court finds that the petitioner did not file a petition for removal in good faith or in furtherance of the best interests of the protected minor, the court may:


Disallow the petitioner from petitioning the court for attorney’s fees from the estate of the protected minor; and


Impose sanctions on the petitioner in an amount sufficient to reimburse the estate of the protected minor for all or part of the expenses incurred by the estate of the protected minor in responding to the petition and for any other pecuniary losses which are associated with the petition.

Source: Section 159A.1853 — Petition for removal., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-159A.­html#NRS159ASec1853.

Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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