Purpose of Nevada’s Requirement for COPE Classes

Differing Parenting Styles Led to “Brangelina’s” Divorce

November 21, 2016

As divorce lawyers, we have seen firsthand that differing parenting styles can result in a divorce. Although opposites often attract in dating, some of those differences can become less complementary when it comes to raising children. The qualities that led you to fall in love with someone as a person don’t always translate to harmonious…
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When to Modify Child Support

November 14, 2016

A tricky situation can occur when parents want to modify child support amounts that were ordered by the court. Often, the Nevada courts will take into account different financial situations when making these arrangements. But any custody arrangements that were scheduled are subject to change. To accommodate these changes, Nevada has created rules that identify when…
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Post-Nup Agreements Continue to Rise in Popularity

July 28, 2016

More than 51% of divorce attorneys noted a post-nup increase in a recent American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) survey. This little-known agreement between spouses is increasing in popularity every year in the Las Vegas Valley. A post-nup, as opposed to a pre-nup, takes place after the wedding. It outlines the division of assets and…
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Time Requirements for Divorce in Las Vegas

June 17, 2016

So the honeymoon is over. Now you want a divorce as quick as possible. Every state has a requirement that you must be living in the state at the time you file your divorce petition. Some require you to live in the state for a year or more prior to filing while others allow you…
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Do’s and Don’ts for Divorce

June 9, 2016

So, your “I do” turned out to be a big “don’t,” and now the honeymoon is over. Before you quit, there are still some definite do’s and don’ts you’ll should follow if you want to end this (legally binding) relationship.  Remember, you survived the marriage, now it’s time to make it through the divorce.  Take a few…
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