A killer of a decedent forfeits any appointment, nomination, power, right, property, interest or benefit that, pursuant to the provisions of title 12 of NRS or the common law, accrues or devolves to the killer from or through the estate of the decedent, including, without limitation:
An intestate share.
An elective share.
The share of an omitted spouse or child.
A family allowance.
A homestead allowance.
Any exempt property.
The intestate estate of the decedent passes as if the killer had predeceased the decedent, and any other appointment, nomination, power, right, property, interest or benefit described in subsection 1 must be treated as if the killer had predeceased the decedent.