Nevada's Will Requirements are similar to most other states'. Basically, you need to be at least 18 years old, record the document in writing, and have it signed by witnesses. It doesn't hurt to have the document notarized if possible.
Nevada Will Requirements Summary:
- Must be at least 18 years old
- Document must be in writing
- Oral/spoken wills are not generally allowed
- Hand-written, unwitnessed wills are not generally allowed, except in certain circumstances
- Nevada requires two witnesses be present during the signing of the document
- Self-proving affidavits are allowed
Basic Will-writing Tips
Nevada-specific Advance Directives (living will and last temstament) information:
More information and further reading:
- State of Nevada - Wills
- Nevada Department of Health page on "Advance Directives"
- Free Basic Nevada Last Will and Testament document (just copy/paste the text from the page into a Word of Office document on your computer)
- Professional and trustworthy Lawyer in the Reno area
- Wikipedia page on Wills