Military Divorce – Retirement & Benefits

Family Court Candidates – 2020

July 31, 2020

Below is your list of 2020 family court judicial candidates.   Each candidate  provided a picture and small bio about their legal experience. We added to each department, notes on which candidate received the Review Journal endorsement, Las Vegas Sun endorsement, and the results of an attorney poll.   The attorney poll consisted of 38 family law…
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How Divorce Couples Can Split the Homeowner Tax Deduction

July 31, 2020

If you are divorced, or are divorcing, and just sold your home then filing for the tax deduction raises a few questions.   Can you file for the tax deduction if you are divorced? What happens if your ex-spouse will not agree to file your taxes together? The purpose of this article is to provide couples…
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Winning a Divorce. Is That Possible?

May 31, 2020

Before you win claim victory you need to define what “winning” means or what “winning” in divorce court looks like.   If winning means getting sole custody of the child, getting all the assets, having your spouse take all the debts, and you getting 75% of their income for alimony  you will surely be disappointed.   Divorce…
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Can Unmarried Couples Have Divorce Court Divide a Home?

April 28, 2020

Under Nevada law, a home purchased by a husband and wife is community property.   In a divorce all community property is divided evenly.  So, the house (technically the equity in the house) will be divided evenly. How Nevada law divides a home owned by a husband and wife is fairly clear.   But what happens when…
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Custody Exchanges During the Quarantine?

March 28, 2020

Even under the most favorable circumstances there can be friction between a mom and a dad over custody exchanges.  Dad is late for pick-up, mom is early for a pick-up, mom doesn’t want to allow dad’s girlfriend to be at the exchange, etc.  These are common issues that inflame custody exchanges.  Add a quarantine because…
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