7 Mistakes Professionals Make in Divorce

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Going through divorce proceedings are some of the most challenging times in one’s life. The very nature of divorce is inherently stressful even if both spouses agree on dissolving the marriage. When one or both spouses are professionals it can be even more so. The necessity of dividing marital assets and agreeing on child related… Continue Reading




Do You Qualify for Alimony Payments in Your Divorce?

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One of the most contested issues in divorce cases concerns alimony payments. Typically one party thinks they deserve it and the other party doesn’t want to pay it, or at least not the full amount that’s being asked for. In this article our Las Vegas divorce attorneys set the record straight on alimony payments. Temporary… Continue Reading




Bill Gates Divorce

Bill and Melinda Gates Divorce

Bill Gates, the world’s fourth-richest person, and his wife, Melinda, recently announced that they are getting a divorce after nearly 30 years of marriage. They have an estimated combined net worth of $144 billion. The divorce was filed in King County Superior Court in Seattle, Washington. The divorce has captured public attention and has raised… Continue Reading




Pensions and Divorce in Las Vegas

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Not all assets in a divorce are as simple to divide as a bank account or a house. Some assets require complex valuation and additional legal hurdles in order to be properly distributed in divorce proceedings. Pensions and other retirement accounts raise a number of valuation issues, tax concerns, and legal technicalities. Divorcing spouses with… Continue Reading




Lottery Winnings in a Las Vegas Divorce

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There have been cases where one spouse wins a lottery or comes into another form of financial windfall during a Las Vegas divorce case. If you win the lottery or achieve some other significant financial upside, but are separated or in the middle of a Las Vegas divorce, what happens to your money? Do you… Continue Reading




Pitfalls to Avoid in Prenuptial Agreements

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Prenuptial agreements (also called antenuptial agreements or “prenups”) are no longer the exclusive concern of the rich and the famous. Today, they are an important consideration for any marrying couple, whether both spouses are income-earning or one spouse has significantly more wealth than the other. What many people don’t realize, until it’s too late, is… Continue Reading




Grandparents Rights

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Family comes in many forms. Many people consider their “immediate family” to include more than just the traditional “nuclear” structure and may involve cousins, aunts, uncles, and grandparents. In many families, grandparents are just as involved in the upbringing of grandchildren as are the children’s direct parents. What happens if there is a conflict between… Continue Reading




What is Temporary Spousal Support?

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Nevada law provides for several different types of spousal support. Depending on a number of factors, if one spouse in a divorce proceeding has a higher income than the other, a court may award temporary spousal support during the length of the proceedings. This temporary support is designed to help the lower-income spouse pay for… Continue Reading




Divorce and Social Security Benefits

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When you divorce, all of your income and assets obtained during the divorce are subject to distributions that are not covered in a pre or post-marital agreement. Not all forms of income are treated the same, but all may come into play. There are special rules for certain assets such as pension funds, retirement benefits,… Continue Reading




Commingling Separate and Community Property

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In Nevada, all marital or community property is subject to division upon divorce. Community property includes all assets acquired during the marriage, with limited exceptions (such as inheritance and gifts specifically to one party, or assets covered in a pre or post-marital agreement). Generally, separate property is property already in possession of each party before… Continue Reading