Weathering the Divorce Storm

Weathering the Divorce Storm

February 13, 2018

It’s time to divorce your spouse, but your spouse controls all of the money. You depend on their income. They control all the accounts. They pay the bills or deposit enough money in a joint account for you to do it. You have little to no savings of your own, not even enough to hire…
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Community Property & Separate Property

January 28, 2018

What is Community Property? Divorcing couples will need to divide assets, debts, and personal property.   In Nevada courts look to divide these items equally if there are considered community property.  The next logical question is “what is community property”? Community property is a label defining anything acquired after the date of the marriage.  A home…
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Must Know Definitions of Child Custody

December 6, 2017

Child custody battles can be the most challenging piece of being a divorce lawyers. We are biological wired to fight for our children. More so than we would fight over the washer and dryer, or the vehicles. Sadly, many of the fights are not over children. They are over ignorance of our rights, or ignorance…
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Las Vegas Votes RIGHT Lawyers as Best Divorce Lawyer in 2017

November 27, 2017

15 years ago, Stacy Rocheleau had a law degree and a passion for helping people. She rented an executive suite, hung out her sign, and began helping folks all over Las Vegas file uncontested divorce papers, divide their assets, calculate alimony, and write up child custody schedules. Her passion has grown into one of Las…
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The Genetic Nature of Divorce – It’s Not Your Fault

November 27, 2017

Most people go through a time during their divorce where they feel a horrible sense of guilt. “If only I’d done this”, “I shouldn’t have done that”, “This is my fault”. It might not be your fault. A new study found that there could be a genetic component to the nature of divorce. Something that…
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