By Patricia Trent | Published September 30, 2015 | | |
A testator often inserts a clause into a will stating that any beneficiary who contests the will is automatically disinherited. The no-contest clause is meant to discourage frivolous suits by disappointed heirs who feel they didn’t get their fair share. These clauses are valid in Nevada, but they do not create an absolute prohibition. The Read MoreRead More
Q: What is estate planning?
A: Estate planning involves agreements and documents defining arrangements for transferring ...