Second Saturday Divorce Workshop

Second Saturday Divorce Workshop

February 21, 2017

Second Saturday is a divorce workshop where you hear from three different speakers who are each specially skilled at explaining the three main issues of a divorce;  laws, finances, and emotions. Divorce attorney Philip Spradling will be discussing the five areas of each divorce, the two ways to file a divorce in Nevada, and walk…
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Half; the Four Letter Word in Divorce

December 21, 2016

Dividing the Money, Assets, and Business Some states follow community property rules and other states follow equitable distribution rules for divvying up assets during a divorce. However, regardless of the state’s rules, the math typically equals out to half. Fighting the “half” is not productive. Instead you need to familiarize yourself with what needs to be…
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Top 9 Divorce Mistakes

December 21, 2016

You are about to embark on a challenging journey that can sometimes be full of pitfalls, hidden traps, and unexpected routes. Hopefully, you have a good divorce lawyer who can warn you, and explain to you what is coming. Even then it’s good to do a little research and learn for yourself. To help with…
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I’m Divorced! Well…Almost

December 21, 2016

Litigating a divorce requires both spouses and the divorce lawyers to devote a huge amount of energy, money, emotion, and time.  Even if the divorce is an uncontested divorce ,  the process can suck up a lot of energy.   You can imagine that when the judge drops the gavel for the last time, everyone involved…
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Retroactive Child Support and Arrearages

December 8, 2016

In Nevada, both parents of a child have an obligation to provide for their minor child’s “necessary maintenance, health care, education and support.” NRS 125B.020(1). But what happens when a parent doesn’t pay for the child’s support? This article addresses the rights of various parties to retroactively collect child support, and/or to obtain arrearages for…
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