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A Last Will and Testament is a legally binding document that stipulates how a person's assets, including real estate, personal property, and investments, are distributed after the person dies. This document is commonly referred to as a Last Will or Will. After the form is created and signed, in front of two witnesses, the will should be shared with all beneficiaries. It is not required for wills to be filed with the state but certain counties allow this to be done.

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Nevada Last Will and Testament: What Is It?

A Nevada last will and testament will make your death easier on your family. Nevada probate court can speed up the hearing about your assets and minor children if you had a last will and testament. If you don't have assets, you still need a last will and testament if you have minor children. Otherwise, the court will appoint guardians to take care of your children when you die. The court would also decide who would get any of your assets or property. In Nevada, a last will and testament must be in writing in order for the court to recognize it as valid. Two people who are not listed as beneficiaries in your Nevada last will and testament must act as witnesses to your signature.

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