Divorce Lawyers in Las Vegas
Rule # 6 - Divorce Related Communications
You must provide us with a confidential phone number where we may leave a message if necessary. Please change your voice mail password to ensure that no one else has access to it.
We will need an address where we can send you confidential divorce case related mail. The address you provide us may be disclosed to your spouse in the normal course of litigation. If you need to rent a new private P.O. Box, please do so.
We will also need a confidential e-mail address where we can send you e-mail correspondence. Please change your email password to ensure that you are the only one who has access to it. If you do not have an email account, we will need a fax number that we can fax to during the day. Please let us know if we should call you before faxing.
Upon providing such contact information to us, we expect that you will receive the communications we send to you. In other words, if you provide us with an e-mail address, please make sure you check your e-mail regularly. Please notify us immediately if any of your contact information changes.
If you have moved out of the former marital residence, file a Change of Address form with the U.S. Postal Service and provide your new address directly to those people who send you mail. Do not count on your spouse to timely provide you with your mail.
Be cognizant of bills in your name that your spouse is paying, whether voluntarily or by Court Ordered Temporary Orders. Your spouse's failure to timely pay a bill with your name on it will likely result in damage to your credit score. While a Court Order is effective between you and your spouse, it does not force a creditor to remove your name from the liability. Please bring such issues to the attention of your Las Vegas divorce lawyer. Learn more about the Temporary Orders provided by our divorce attorneys in Las Vegas
We will require your written approval of all documents before they are filed with the Court. Please make sure you review the documents carefully and ask any questions you may have before providing written approval. Once you provide us with written approval, we will assume you have read, understand, and agree with everything in the document.
Rule # 7 - Your Spouse's Behavior
You should recognize that there are instances where you may not appreciate spouse's behavior. Do not expect your spouse's behavior to change during the contested divorce process. However, you should immediately contact your Las Vegas divorce lawyer and report any offending behavior. If your spouse's behavior is threatening we can file for a Protective Order on your behalf. Learn more about Protective Orders that our Las Vegas family lawyers can file for you
If your spouse chooses to disregard the rules and/or Court Orders, it does not mean that your spouse will get away with it. We will discuss your options to hold your spouse responsible for their actions. We have absolutely no hesitation in making your spouse accountable through the Clark County Family Courts.
"I was very satisfied with my experience with Abrams Law Firm. Attorney Vincent Mayo did a great job handling my case. Attorney Mayo was attentive to my needs and made sure that my case was handled quickly. I would definitely recommend Attorney Mayo to anyone going through a divorce."
- Lindsay B.