YOUR INFORMATION

SPOUSE INFORMATION

MARRIAGE INFORMATION

DIVIDING ASSETS

Nevada is a community property state. This means any asset acquired during the marriage is typically divided evenly in a divorce. The name on the title or on the bank account is not significant. Your spouse’s name can be on the home and the home could still be community property.

HOME & REAL ESTATE

VEHICLES & RECREATIONAL TOYS

BANK & SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

Even if you had separate bank accounts the entire marriage, you should list which bank accounts will be yours after the divorce.

INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS

PENSION & RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS

Don't forget to list all pension or retirement accounts. Failing to list an account can cause issues years later, after the divorce is final.

BUSINESS INTERESTS

the spouse who operates the business will likely keep the business. However, the value of the business may need to be divided.

LIFE INSURANCE POLICY

DIVIDING DEBTS

Like assets, debts acquired during the marriage are divided evenly. Student loan debts usually stay with the spouse who earned the education.

CREDIT CARDS

OTHER DEBTS

PERSONAL PROPERTY

This section is optional as all your personal property doesn’t need to be detailed in the divorce. Use the list to add personal property worth over $500, or sentimental in value that you would like after the divorce.

PETS

SPOUSAL SUPPORT (aka Alimony)

Alimony is appropriate in long term marriages when there is a big different in incomes. Visit our calculator on rightlawyers.com for an idea of alimony amounts.

Does each spouse waive spousal support?

If no, indicate who will pay alimony

will pay

CHILDREN

List children born during marriage, age 18 and under, or age 19 if still in high school.

LEGAL CUSTODY

Legal custody is making decision about the child’s school, religion, and medical needs. Will both parents have legal custody?

CHILD CUSTODY SCHEDULE

Nevada prefers both parents to have joint physical custody, unless one parent having primary physical custody is in the best interests of the children. Joint custody is having a minimum of 146 days of custody a year. The most common joint custody schedules are having the children 4 days one week and 3 days the next week. Some parents prefer five days one week and two days the next. Week on and week off schedules are becoming more common for older children.

Will both parents have joint physical custody?

Holiday Schedule - Most holiday schedules rotate with a parent having the odd or even year. If you wish for something different provide f your holiday schedule;

Other Custody Requests

CHILD SUPPORT

Child support can be calculated by reviewing our calculator on rightlawyers.com. Spouses can agree to a different amount than the amount calculated.

Does each spouse waive child support?

If no, indicate who will pay child support

will pay

Health Insurance

Nevada law requires each parent to cover medical expenses. This can be done with health insurance, and by splitting unreimbursed medical.

Both parents will provide health insurance for the child(ren)?

If no, indicate who will provide insurance

SPECIAL NOTES

Provide us any notes or special instructions you would like to include in the final divorce documents;

Email

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