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Following the recommendation of the state legislature, the Nevada Supreme Court has established a permanent Guardianship Commission to address issues of concern to those persons who would be subject to the guardianship statutes, rules, and processes in Nevada.
The Guardianship Commission will study and make recommendations concerning the creation and administration of guardianships. The commission will ...Read More
The Nevada Administrative Office of the Courts is creating a list of rural mediators willing to assist District Courts in presiding over foreclosure mediation in the communities of Caliente, Dayton, Elko, Ely, Fallon, Fernley, Gardnerville, Laughlin, Mesquite, Pahrump, and Winnemucca. Applications will be accepted for other areas as well.
District Courts in Nevada will assign mediators ...Read More
Judge Frances Doherty of the Second Judicial District Court, together with a group of committed partners, will travel across Northern Nevada July 17 through July 20 for a series of outreach events on Supported Decision-Making as an alternative to guardianship for seniors and adults with disabilities.
In December 2016, the Second Judicial District Court received a ...Read More
The 2017-2018 Board of Governors of the State Bar of Nevada were officially sworn in at the Annual Meeting on Thursday, June 29. The new officers are: President Vernon “Gene” Leverty, President-Elect Richard Pocker Vice-President Paul Matteoni and Immediate Past President Bryan Scott.
The full membership of the Board of Governors also includes: Jeffrey R. Albregts, ...Read More