"Divorce Attorney" Category
Las Vegas Divorce Attorney Vincent Mayo has successfully achieved National Board Certification as a Family Law expert from the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA). Attorney Mayo is also Board Certified by the State Bar of Nevada. Therefore, he has earned board certification on both a state and national level. Accredited organizations only board certify… Continue Reading
Getting a divorce is a difficult situation for both spouses. It’s more so if the divorce involves a small business. Business owners going through divorce inherently have a complex divorce matter. Therefore, we’ve created this Las Vegas Divorce Guide for Business Owners. Your business may be the largest marital asset. One or both spouses likely… Continue Reading
Spouses going through divorce proceedings in Las Vegas are often surprised to learn how strongly the legal system encourages reaching an agreement outside of family court. Conducting a full trial and having the judge decide the matter is typically the last resort, costing the divorcing spouses involved more time, stress, and money. Therefore family judges… Continue Reading
Las Vegas is not only the entertainment capital of the world it’s also the marriage capital. Each year more couples get married in Las Vegas than anywhere else, particularly on Valentine’s Day. However, some people confuse the ease of getting married in Las Vegas with getting a divorce here. The two are not related except… Continue Reading
There are two primary reasons why some spouses initially choose legal separation over divorce. First, divorce is typically not the first option for you and your spouse to deal with your conflicting issues. Marital counseling, couples and individual therapy, and other reconciliation efforts while living apart may help you resolve your disputes without ending in… Continue Reading
All divorce matters involve some form of division of spousal assets and debts. The manner in which the division occurs depends on the laws in the state with jurisdiction over the divorce case. Each state has their own individual laws, but the laws fall into two general categories: Community property or equitable distribution. Nevada is… Continue Reading
There are many factors to consider when evaluating which divorce attorney is the one best suited to represent you. It’s important to recognize that your case and concerns are unique. We also recognize that the level of expertise we provide is not required for every divorce case. Only you can determine what’s best for your… Continue Reading
Divorce mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution under which divorcing spouses mutually agree to negotiate toward a settlement. This is done with the help of a neutral third-party divorce mediator. The mediator does not issue binding decisions like a court. Instead a mediator helps resolve the issues and bring the parties together to… Continue Reading
Our Las Vegas divorce attorneys specialize in divorce law and have exclusively done so for two decades. So we understand that the divorce process isn’t easy for you. Divorces, by their nature, involve conflict. The process of dividing marital assets and developing a co-parenting plan is complex. Naturally emotions often run high. Because of this,… Continue Reading
Valentine’s Day divorce stress relief can include things like yoga, meditation, or professional counseling. But a local Las Vegas business has a new twist. According to a recent article in the Las Vegas Review Journal, a local gun range is offering a “Valentine’s Day Special”. Those who wish to can use machine guns and other… Continue Reading
Not all divorces can be resolved as simply as deciding who gets the house and who gets the car. Those assets can be relatively easy to handle: Define the property as separate or community, establish the fair market value of the property, and then distribute between the divorcing spouses. Individuals and families, however, often own… Continue Reading
Divorcing spouses in Nevada have to disclose their financial condition to the court. This includes a full listing of all their assets. This procedure is meant to ensure that all marital assets are disclosed and therefore subject to division during their divorce case. However, there are instances where spouses try to hide assets through unfair… Continue Reading
Divorce is a difficult process and effects parents and children alike. Understandably, many parents focus on their children during this time. Therefore, they often forget about their own health during divorce. This is not the best route to take because the stress level in those going through a divorce tends to run high. It is… Continue Reading
Children of divorcing parents are affected by the divorce process. The ages of the children, and the more involved the children are in their parents disagreements, the more they feel the effects. What makes it even harder on children is parental alienation in a Las Vegas divorce. In a general sense, parental alienation is when… Continue Reading
It is surprisingly common for people to ask whether they can file for divorce in Nevada if they or their spouse lives in another state. Does Nevada have jurisdiction to hear the divorce? Where is the best place to file? What procedures need to be followed? Read on for an explanation of divorce jurisdiction and… Continue Reading
One of the most contested issues in many divorces involves the distribution of real property, particularly the family home. Do you sell the house and split the proceeds? Does one spouse buy out the other? What if both spouses want to keep the house? Who should move out of the house while the Las Vegas… Continue Reading
Divorced Parents and Their Children’s Religious Upbringing
Estate Planning in a Las Vegas Divorce
9 Critical Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer
What if Your Spouse is Hiding Assets?
Can My Divorce Be Kept Private?
Living With Your Spouse During Divorce is a Bad Idea
How is Alimony Taxed or Deducted?
How Will Your Divorce Attorney Prepare You for Court Hearings?
Our Divorce Attorneys in Las Vegas Are Different
How Can You Challenge a Las Vegas Prenuptial Agreement?