Size of Organization: 54
Year Established: 1967Web Site: http://www.gordonsilver.com
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Founded in 1967, Gordon Silver is one of Nevada's oldest law firms. Originally specializing in complex litigation, the firm has evolved with the explosive growth of Las Vegas. Gordon Silver is divided into the following firm-wide groups:
Business Restructuring and Bankruptcy; Gaming and Administrative Law; Corporate and Securities; Real Estate Law; Civil Litigation; Government Investigations and Business Crimes, Intellectual Property, Employment Law, and Estate Planning, Probate, and Guardianship.
As a member of Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW) Gordon Silver is able to service the legal needs of our clients in over 100 major commercial centers throughout the world. As our clients continue to expand their operations and relationships into new domestic and foreign markets, we can ensure the clients will continue to receive excellent legal services in the other jurisdictions.
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Documents by Gordon Silver on Martindale.com
Spring Cleaning Your Estate Plan
Kristin M. Tyler, March 10, 2014
In case you were wondering, this year the first day of spring will be March 20, 2014. Of course spring ushers in the whole notion of spring cleaning which means this is a great time to do a spring cleaning of your estate plan. If you already have an estate plan, this month’s newsletter will...
Why Everyone Needs a Will
Kristin M. Tyler, May 29, 2013, previously published by Nevada State Bank’s Blog, Two Cents on May 2013
“A lot of people ask me if they really need a will - likely in hopes that I will say no and give them a pass on this important task,” Tyler stated. “However, the answer is YES - you certainly need a will, and depending on your family circumstances and the types of assets in your...