Dividing Assets During Divorce

By Marketing Team / April 27, 2019 / Comments Off on Dividing Assets During Divorce

Believe it or not, marriages with more wealth and a higher degree of significant assets will lead to a more complicated divorce than marriages with an average or lower than average income. It’s important to understand the ins and outs of high-asset divorce if you are going through one. It’s also important to have a…

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High Assets in Divorce

By Marketing Team / April 25, 2019 / Comments Off on High Assets in Divorce

As unconventional as it may sound, divorce proceedings for couples who own many assets that total a high amount of value look different than those who do not. Because there are nuances in this type of divorce, it is important to have someone on your side with the legal background and experience to help you.…

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Child Custody With Substance Abuse

By Marketing Team / April 23, 2019 / Comments Off on Child Custody With Substance Abuse

The state of Nevada treats the custody and care of a child very, very seriously. In cases where one parent may struggle with substance abuse, the courts will consider if that parent has become unfit to have custody over their child. The state will consider if the parent is able to still act in the…

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Child Support in Nevada

By Marketing Team / April 21, 2019 / Comments Off on Child Support in Nevada

If you are in the process of a divorce with children, it can be messy and overwhelming. One of the many questions that may be looming is one of child support. The state of Nevada, similar to other states, has general guidelines for deciding child support written into the law. However, sometimes the courts may…

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Modification in Child Support

By Marketing Team / April 19, 2019 / Comments Off on Modification in Child Support

After the court decides on a divorce or custody proceeding, the terms of that case is finalized. If life events were to change after the ruling, modifying modify those proceedings would take an additional court adjustments where a substantial change in circumstances is required from the Nevada law to make this change. To make any…

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Nevada Military Divorce

By Marketing Team / April 17, 2019 / Comments Off on Nevada Military Divorce

Military couples are like any other couple. They fall in love, get married, and may end up falling out of love or ending their relationship in divorce. The divorce proceedings when one person is in the military, however, have some fundamental differences than those between two civilian spouses. It’s important to understand these differences, especially…

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Nevada Annulments

By Marketing Team / April 15, 2019 / Comments Off on Nevada Annulments

Nevada is a state that is known for quickly rushing into marriage. Many people decide last minute to get married in Las Vegas for the experience or the rush, and then later on decide that the marriage is not going to work. It is important to understand, however, that there is a difference between divorce…

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Contested Custody

By Marketing Team / April 13, 2019 / Comments Off on Contested Custody

The courts don’t always need to be involved in cases involving custody of a child, but sometimes the parents are not in agreement, or the decision becomes heated and, at times, even belligerent. When parents are unable to make a fair decision, the courts will enter to help the decision to help and protect the…

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Unfit Parenting

By Marketing Team / April 11, 2019 / Comments Off on Unfit Parenting

The state of Nevada takes unfit parenting very seriously. The law is centered around protecting the child, first and foremost. This is what both the courts and parents must follow when deciding and acting on behalf of the child. Although the courts fight to keep families together, there are cases when it may be decided…

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Terminating Parental Rights With Your Ex

By Marketing Team / April 9, 2019 / Comments Off on Terminating Parental Rights With Your Ex

Unfortunately, there are some cases where a child’s co-parent has abandoned or neglected them and is no longer in the picture. There are other cases where one parent is afraid that the other parent will cause harm to their child, and no longer wants the child to be around that parent. Sometimes, a parent may…

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