Thanks for your question and good morning.Nevada does have such a law.You would deed it from yourselves and tenants in common to joint tenancy with right of survivorship using a premade form.This is not difficult you can complete it yourself and file it in the real property records where the property is located.
Here is the form--use the free preview here to view it and make use of it.It comes with instructions as well.
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You would file it here.
Here is more information about filing fees, etc.
This is really a pretty simple thing to do.You would get the property description off of existing deed, complete it and sign it in front of a notary and mail it in for filing along with filing fees.They record it and mail you back the original for your records.
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