How Will Your Divorce Attorney Prepare You for Court Hearings?

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Most people will rarely be in a courtroom during their lifetimes. As such, it can be an unfamiliar experience for those not accustomed to the setting and court procedures. Conversely, an experienced divorce attorney has been in a courtroom hundreds, if not thousands of times. A qualified and effective divorce attorney knows how to walk… Continue Reading




Our Divorce Attorneys in Las Vegas Are Different

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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




How Can You Challenge a Las Vegas Prenuptial Agreement?

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Prenuptial agreements, often called “prenups,” are contracts entered into between parties in anticipation of marriage. Prenups are increasingly common among couples marrying in the 21st Century, and no longer just reserved for the wealthy and the famous. Family courts may, or may not, defer to prenuptial agreements when it comes to dividing marital property and… Continue Reading




What Happens to Real Estate in a Divorce?

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The average age of people going through a divorce has increased in recent years. In fact, the divorce rate in the United States for people over the age of 50 has doubled since 1990. Divorcing at 30 may be as simple as determining alimony, child support, and a division of the parties’ bank accounts. Divorces… Continue Reading




Valuing a Marital Business During Divorce

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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




Advantages of Filing for Divorce First

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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




Can Alimony Be Changed After Divorce?

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Alimony, also called spousal support, is an aspect in some divorces. Alimony is not always granted but can be, especially when one spouse has a significantly higher income. In Nevada, alimony awarded at the end of a divorce proceeding is generally categorized in one of three ways: permanent, temporary, or rehabilitative. Temporary alimony typically has… Continue Reading




COVID-19 and Your Las Vegas Divorce Case

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




Who Moves Out During a Las Vegas Divorce?

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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




Las Vegas Divorce Mediation

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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