Divorce and child custody matters are complicated enough as it is. However, things can become even more contentious and difficult when one parent is thinking of relocating a child during the divorce.
In short, while moving a child to another state in divorce proceedings is certainly possible, whether this can be done in your case will ultimately depend on the particular facts and...Read More
Nothing in this life is certain, and you never know what the future may bring. This is why it’s so important to have a plan in place to prepare for the unexpected.
In making an estate plan, a common strategy for many people is protecting family assets using revocable trusts. However, revocable trusts can do more than protect your existing assets. They can also go a long way toward protecting...Read More
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, a marriage does not work out. You and your spouse have agreed to part ways, but there are some things you just cannot agree on. Neither of you wants to go to court, so you decided to hire a mediator. Now, you are wondering what to do in preparation for divorce mediation.
You can prepare for divorce mediation by gathering documents and defining your...Read More
Las Vegas has a reputation as the “wedding capital of the world” for good reason. Thousands of marriage licenses are issued here every month. Unfortunately, many Las Vegas weddings do not become lasting Las Vegas marriages.
Most people know that annulment and divorce are the two ways to dissolve a marriage, but few know the difference between an annulment and a divorce. Anyone who is married...Read More
You have likely heard the terms “alimony,” “spousal support,” or “spousal maintenance” in the context of a divorce. Perhaps you understand that these terms generally refer to money paid by one spouse to the other spouse when they break up. However, a court can award several types of spousal support in a divorce. Do you know the differences in spousal support types?
The skilled family lawyers...Read More
Military divorces in Nevada can be both legally and emotionally challenging. Military divorces must comply with both state and federal laws. This requires navigating detailed laws and regulations on both the state and federal levels, leaving many spouses confused about what they need to do to get a divorce.
Below we outline some general issues that come up in military divorces. However, you...Read More
Child support has a bad reputation for being unreasonably high for some. Because of this, most people going through a case involving child support want as much information on it as possible, including how to get it reduced. Although some parents may not come to this conclusion with the child’s best interests in mind, there are certain circumstances that warrant a reduction in child support....Read More
The process of divorce easily takes a toll on everyone involved. Not many people get through this process without some emotional or financial stress. One spouse may wonder about any future obligation to provide alimony. Conversely, the other spouse may want to know if they will be able to maintain the same standard of living they enjoyed during the marriage. Both questions are valid, but the...Read More
In 2015, the Nevada Legislature amended NRS 125C to include specific provisions regarding custodial preference and relocation of a child outside the state of Nevada. Prior to the amendments, parents without a custody order, parents with joint physical custody, and primary custodial parents were all treated differently when trying to relocate. Additionally, there was significant confusion...Read More
As a father, can I receive custody of my children? This is a question we hear often from men throughout the Las Vegas, Nevada area. The answer is unequivocally, yes!
Men often fear pursuing child custody during a divorce or following the end of a relationship with the mother of a child. There is a common misconception that courts will have gender preference and grant full or primary custody of...Read More