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 report its findings to the court by January 31, 2018.

The Supreme Court will appoint up to 15 members to serve on the permanent Guardianship Commission. In furtherance of the appointments, the Supreme Court solicits those persons interested in serving on the Commission to submit letters of interest to the Clerk of the Nevada Supreme Court by 4 p.m. on September 6.