Best Interest Factors for Determining Custody

Divorce attorney Stacy Rocheleau explains Nevada’s Best Interest Factors. These are the factors the courts look at in determining custody.


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Family Law attorney discusses modifying a child support order. For more than 10 years, the attorneys at Right Divorce Lawyers have helped Las Vegas residents during the divorce process. For spouses that have children, issues of child custody and child support take priority over everything else. Child support can affect both spouses for many years after the divorce. For instance, if a couple divorces when their child is 3 years old, the court may order child support for 15 years, until the child turns 18. It's nearly impossible that one of the spouse's financial situation will change during that time, so many people ask whether or not the court will alter the amount of child support in ...
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Family Law discusses the laws and process for relocating out of state with a child. The attorneys at Right Divorce Lawyers in Las Vegas specialize in complex divorces and post-divorce issues. No divorce that involves children is entirely simple, and divorce agreements that involve custody and child support tend to become more complicated over time. Changes in income, social situations and work obligations can all put strain on the custody agreement. In many cases, your agreement will affect the way you make life decisions. For instance, if a respected company offers you a desirable job in another state, you may need to consider how an interstate move will affect your ex-spouse before ...
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Does a Party Need a Custody Order to Leave the State?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses if you need a custody order to leave the state. A party does not need a custody order to leave the state, however a party needs a custody order to bring his/her children out of the state. If you leave the state without your children you are making a stronger argument for your spouse to gain primary custody.
When Can a Party Modify Child Support?
Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner explains in this video when a party can modify child support. There are three events that can trigger a modification to child support: (1) a change in income of more than 20%; (2) any change in the custodial arrangement and (3) every three years a party can file a motion to reevaluate child support.
What is the Process for an Uncontested Divorce?
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses the process for an uncontested divorce in this video. The attorneys will then start drafting documents for the spouses to review, the most important are the terms and conditions of the divorce. At that point, changes and edits can be made before finalizing the documents for filing with the judge.
What is a COPE Certificate?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses a COPE certificate. In Nevada, parents getting a divorce that have children or parents that are finalizing a custody order have to go through a parenting class, known as a COPE class. The class is completed online and teaches how to coparent.
What is a Fixed Fee Divorce Attorney?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses fixed fee divorce attorneys. Right Divorce Lawyers is a fixed fee divorce attorney. Fixed fees are based on specific tasks for the divorce. Other law firms may work on an hourly basis. The fixed fee amounts provided by Right Divorce Lawyers is the amount you will be charged even if the task takes longer than expected.
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