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Your legal matters deserve the attention of advocates that have proven their capacity to represent you in whatever your case requires. Having successfully argued before the Nevada Supreme Court; managed complex cases ranging from trusts and estates to intricate business transactions and litigation; and won our clients millions of dollars, we have provided exceptional, individual care to our clients.

Anthony L. Barney, Ltd. has built trust with our clients and within the legal community.

Among our various clients, we have served trusts, beneficiaries, business owners, entertainers, contractors, physicians, dentists, engineers, pharmacists, attorneys, accountants, financial advisors, wholesale and retail businesses, construction and engineering firms, property management companies, resort properties, travel related businesses, etc.

Noteworthy Federal and State

Court Cases

Christian-Payne v.
Anthony L. Barney, Ltd.
Individual settlors should have a right to dispose of their hard-earned property in accordance with their own wishes, irrespective of rights that the Nevada Legislature may grant to the beneficiary of a trust. Anthony L. Barney, Ltd. was successful in arguing that a trust provision created by a settlor was controlling even when a Nevada statue permitted otherwise.
Supreme Court of Nevada | 476 P.3d 861 (Nev. 2020)
Holt v. Green
The abstention doctrine is an authority that precludes federal courts from hearing cases within its jurisdictions, instead, giving state courts authority resolve disputes. Core proceedings refer to bankruptcy-related matters that are central to the bankruptcy case. Federal courts generally retain jurisdiction over core proceedings, even when abstention principles apply to other types of cases. This bankruptcy appeal clarified what claims are considered “core proceedings” for application of the abstention doctrine.
United States District Court | 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 31643
Roland v. Hickman
The prior exclusive jurisdiction doctrine is a legal principle rooted in mutual respect between courts. It states that a court will not assume in rem or quasi in rem jurisdiction over property that is already under the jurisdiction of another court with concurrent authority. Anthony L. Barney, Ltd. was successful in demonstrating that the Internal Revenue Service could not assume jurisdiction over marital funds already under the jurisdiction of the Nevada state court.
United States District Court | 2016 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 40422
In re Lenk Family Trust
Under Nevada law various rulings in probate and trust matters are immediately appealable without certification by a district court judge. Anthony L. Barney, Ltd. was successful in dismissing an appeal on three different district court orders that were being appealed.
Supreme Court of Nevada | 519 P.3d 501 (Nev. 2022)
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