Alimony, also known as spousal support, is determined on a case-by-case basis in Nevada. The court evaluates several factors to determine whether alimony is appropriate and, if so, the amount and duration. Among these factors, the court will consider the following:...Read More
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Would you hire an untrained and experienced person to fix the brakes on your new car, to handle an IRS audit, or to interpret the results of your MRI scan?
No. You understand the importance of hiring a person with the right training...Read More
A properly drafted Prenuptial Agreement will:
- protect you from bitter legal disputes over alimony, real estate, retirement savings, and investment accounts;
- protect you against unfair claims for...
An uncontested divorce...Read More
Establishing paternity means identifying a child’s biological father. In some cases, this is ordered by the courts to determine who is financially responsible for a child. In these cases, refusal to take a paternity test can result in a default judgment. In other cases, fathers seeking to become...Read More
The holidays can be very stressful. As different sides of the extended family make their own demands for time and attention, the financial and emotional pressure of the season can create tensions that expose a relationship’s weaknesses. For many couples, the additional strain on relationships...Read More