Las Vegas divorce lawyer Vincent Mayo has received the 2016 Legal Excellence Award from Vegaslegal Magazine. Mr. Mayo is one of only nine attorneys in Clark County to receive this notable recognition.
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer Vincent Mayo
Vegaslegal Magazine covers local legal issues, lawyers, business, and lifestyle topics. The magazine selects legal excellence award recipients based on numerous criteria including prominence in select practice areas. Attorney Mayo’s primary focus is high net worth divorce matters.
In a post award interview Attorney Mayo stated, “I would say that my code is to provide leadership to clients... Read more »
Prominent Las Vegas divorce attorney Jennifer V. Abrams has been admitted to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). Attorney Abrams is one of only seventeen attorneys in the State of Nevada that has been accepted into this prestigious organization. The group’s members, known as “Fellows”, are regarded as the leading practitioners of family law in the United States.
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer Jennifer Abrams
The AAML is a national organization founded in 1962 to “provide leadership that promotes the highest degree of professionalism and excellence in the practice of family law.”
The Academy Fellows are highly skilled... Read more »
The Abrams and Mayo Law Firm is pleased to announce that Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer Brandon Leavitt has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star for the Third Consecutive Year.
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer Brandon Leavitt
Super Lawyers is a nationally recognized authority that rates attorneys in over seventy legal practice areas. Attorney Brandon Leavitt joins a select group of less than 2.5 % of family law attorneys in Nevada to achieve the Rising Star status.
“We are again honored that Brandon has been selected by Super Lawyers as a Rising Star. To... Read more »
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Have the Interests of Parents Been Placed at Odds With Those of Their Kidnapped Children?: Lozano v. Alvarez and Concerns Over How the U.S. Supreme Court’s Newest Precedent Impacts the Return of Internationally Abducted Children
By Board Certified Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer Vincent Mayo, Esq.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued a decision in Lozano v. Alvarez which essentially rewards parents who abduct children and flee to another country. (FN1: Lozano v. Alvarez, 134 S. Ct. 1224; 188 L. Ed. 2d 200; 82 U.S.L.W. 4159 (2014).) Namely, the Supreme Court refused to toll the one year automatic return period set forth in Article 12... Read more »
Children and Thanksgiving
– by Divorce Lawyers in Las Vegas
After divorce or separation, children typically spend Thanksgiving with one parent in even-numbered years and the other parent in odd-numbered years. Regardless of which parent the children will be enjoying the holidays with, children often feel anxiety and concern for the parent who will be spending the holiday without them. Sometimes, these negative feelings are exacerbated when the non-custodial parent exhibits sadness and when the custodial parent shows no consideration for the non-custodial parent.
Alleviating these negative feelings can be very simple. Custodial parents should not... Read more »
Las Vegas Divorce Attorneys Advise on How to Protect Your Business During a Divorce.
This is the fourth installment of our multi-part series on business owners and divorce. In the previous parts of this series our Las Vegas Divorce Attorneys discussed Buying Your Spouse Out of a Jointly Owned Business. They also covered Determining the Value of a Business, and Business Ownership Percentages Between Spouses in other previous articles.
Many business owners facing divorce are concerned that the business may... Read more »
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers Share Their Secrets on Buying Your Spouse Out of a Jointly Owned Business in a divorce case.
This is the third installment of our multi-part series on business owners and divorce. In the previous parts of this series our Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers discussed the various aspects of business ownership and business valuations.
If you and your spouse jointly own a business and you’re getting a divorce, you both have some important issues to consider. The first is whether to... Read more »
Experienced Las Vegas Divorce Attorneys are familiar with divorce cases that involve one or more businesses.
This is the second of our multi-part series on business owners and divorce. In the first part of the series we discussed various aspects of business ownership and divorce.
This section will focus on the complicated issues involved in determining the value of a business. The professionals that investigate the business and present their value findings are called business valuators. The report they prepare is... Read more »
Experienced Divorce Attorneys in Las Vegas regularly handle divorce matters that involve one or more businesses.
The disposition of a business in divorce proceedings is second only to child custody as it pertains to the complexities and emotions involved. That’s because most business owners have invested heavily in building their business and can consider it their “baby”.
Dividing an active business poses a myriad of financial and logistical considerations. Ownership percentages, business value, to sell or not sell, terms and conditions of spousal buyouts, related agreements prior... Read more »
The Primary Child Custody Factors: What’s in the Best Interest of the Child.
Regardless of which parent believes they are better at being a parent, the primary consideration in all child custody matters is based solely on the best interest of the child or children. If the two divorcing parents cannot agree on the forms of legal and physical child custody, then the court will hold hearings on the issue and make a determination on child custody according to the evidence and testimony provided by both parties’ child custody attorneys.
The evidence and testimony... Read more »