Three Types of Bankruptcy a Tenant Might File
There are three types of Bankruptcy that a tenant might file: If you have a tenant that files for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you will more than likely lose out on any back rent owed, and the tenant can be evicted AFTER the automatic stay is lifted. If a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy is filed, the […]February 25, 2021
Three Things Realtors Should Know About Bankruptcy
There are Three Things that Realtors should know about Bankruptcy: First, Property Managers need to be aware of the automatic stay that goes in place when someone files Bankruptcy. If you have a tenant that has filed Bankruptcy, you may be violating that stay if you attempt to collect rent payments or evict the tenant […]February 25, 2021
What Are The Top Three Mistakes People Make When Forming an LLC in Nevada?
What are the top three mistakes people make when forming an LLC in Nevada? One. Making it member managed. We see this all the time. If you want to hide ownership, which is one of the benefits of having an LLC, then you do not make it member managed because then it literally shows the […]August 14, 2020
Mortgages and Deeds When it Comes to Cohabitation
I have received many questions over the years about boyfriends/girlfriends on the mortgage, but not on the deed or vice versa. There seems to be a bit of a confusion about this situation. This week, I received a call from a potential client who ended up hiring us and he and his ex-girlfriend own a […]June 26, 2020
What to Look for When Signing a Contract
Before signing a contract, there are general things you should always look out for. We won’t cover everything here because most things are very contract specific, but there are some general things that I can give you tips on. Always make sure that you have the proper parties named in the contract. There are usually […]June 19, 2020
Can you Digitally Sign a Power of Attorney in Nevada?
By Timothy Wiseman A power of attorney is a document which gives one person the authority to make certain decisions and sign certain documents on behalf of another person. They are used in a variety of situations including powers of attorney for financial matters or for healthcare matters and they are commonly used to facilitate […]June 3, 2020
What is Chain of Title?
What is Chain of Title? The easiest way to discuss chain of title is to talk about your own home, for those homeowners out there. It’s probably easiest to explain chain of title when we’re talking about our personal residence. The chain of title is essentially what is publicly recorded on your property. It’s everything […]May 22, 2020
What is Quiet Title?
What is “quiet title”? Why do you have to do it? When we talk about quiet title, it has to do with real estate and as you may know, we do a lot of real estate related litigation and transactions at our firm, so this comes up quite frequently and we’ve litigated hundreds of quiet […]May 8, 2020
Landlord Maintenance and Unpaid Rent During COVID-19
There are many uncertainties surfacing during the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the main areas of concern for Landlords and Tenants alike is how to fulfill their contractual obligations while navigating the very real impacts of C-19. If you are a Tenant, you may be wondering if you need to pay rent – the answer is […]April 8, 2020
Does the novel coronavirus allow a commercial tenant to avoid paying rent — or terminate a lease — without penalty in Nevada?
The novel coronavirus is impacting life throughout much of the world right now. Nevada’s Governor Sisolak declared a state of emergency on March 12, 2020. As part of that, the Governor began taking other administrative steps in an attempt to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus which causes the Covid-19 disease. On March 29, […]April 7, 2020