I would contact an attorney in the Las Vegas area right away.
When someone pays for a home, but it gets put in another's name that can create what is called a "resultant trust." If this was established by the evidence, a court would find that the daughter is holding the property in trust for your benefit.
There are also a number of other legal theories that could give you an interest in the home, or the right to recover money from the daughter. Fraud would be one (ie. the daughter misrepresented what she was going to do and effectively stole the money.) Another cause of action would be financial elder abuse. There are many other legal theories under which you may be able to sue and win as well (constructive trust
, quiet title, partition), but in order to determine which ones are most likely to success you will need to have a consultation with a lawyer who can meet with you personally and review all the facts and necessary documents.
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