"Divorce Topics" Category
Many clients who are considering the prospect of divorce ask whether it is better to be the one who files, or if it is better to be the party to respond. For divorce cases the answer is clear: There are advantages of filing for divorce first. In legal terminology, the person who files is known… Continue Reading
If you are in the middle of a divorce case, or if you were gearing up to file for divorce, the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has likely affected your plans. In Las Vegas, divorce cases are still proceeding through the family courts, but there are important changes to take note of. Read on to learn about… 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
Las Vegas divorce proceedings are a rare event to most people. Therefore, the participants don’t realize that all divorce information is a matter of public record. That is unless your divorce attorney knows how to protect your privacy in divorce cases. Public record means that anyone can attend your divorce court hearings. They can also… Continue Reading
A marriage annulment is a way to legally cancel a marriage. A court granted marriage annulment voids the marriage. It’s as if the marriage never occurred and the parties where never legally married. Our lawyers understand all aspects of marriage annulments. Unlike divorce, a marriage annulment does not have to be based on residency. Instead… 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
Our Divorce Attorneys in Las Vegas Are Different
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What Happens to Real Estate in a Divorce?
Valuing a Marital Business During Divorce
Advantages of Filing for Divorce First
Can Alimony Be Changed After Divorce?
COVID-19 and Your Las Vegas Divorce Case
Who Moves Out During a Las Vegas Divorce?
Las Vegas Divorce Mediation
Legal Separation in Nevada