Dying Intestate Nevada

Married with no children
1) If the decedent leaves no children, parents or siblings, all of the separate property of the decedent goes to the surviving spouse.
2) If the deceased leaves no children, the estate goes one half to the spouse and one half to the parent(s) of the decedent.
3) If the decedent leaves no children or parent, one half of the separate property of the decedent goes to the spouse and the other half goes to the siblings.
Married with child or children
1) If there is only one child, or the lawful issue of one child, the estate goes one half to the surviving spouse and one half to the child or the issue of the child.
2) If there is a spouse and more than one child living, or a child and the lawful issue of one or more deceased children, the estate goes 1/3 to the spouse and the remainder in equal shares to the children and the lawful issue of any deceased child.
Order of estate distribution if spouse survives
1) Spouse
2) Children
3 Parents
4) Siblings
No spouse survives but there are other relatives
1) Children and the lawful issue of the children
2) Parents
3)Siblings and children of any deceased sibling
4) The next of kin in equal degree
Order of estate distribution if decedent is single, widow or widower
1) Children and the lawful issue of the children
2) Parents
3)Siblings and children of any deceased sibling
4) The next of kin in equal degree
No surviving relatives
The estate goes to the state of Nevada for educational purposes.
State link
http://search.leg.state.nv.us/isysquery/irla7d1/2/doc
Special notes
None

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