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Do I Need a Legal Separation to Move Out of the House?
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses if you need a legal separation to move out of the house. You can move out of our house without a legal separation. You are not abandoning your spouse or community property if you move out. You do not need any legal document to move out of your house.
Uncover the Truth Behind Child Custody: Do Judges Prefer Mothers Over Fathers?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses if mothers are preferred for child custody. Judges look at which factors are going to suit the child better. In some cases that is the mother and in other cases it is the father.
Does a Party Need a Legal Separation to Leave the Home?
Either party can leave the home at any time, however you would have the obligation to maintain community property. Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner explains in this video that as long as the spouse can afford a second residence and still afford to maintain the marital residence they can move wherever they would like.
Understand What a Default Divorce Really Means
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau summarizes what a default divorce means. A default divorce is when you have filed your divorce papers and served them to your spouse. Your spouse has 21 days to respond. If the 21 days pass with no response, the judge will award you a default divorce.
Can I File an Annulment in Nevada?
You can file an annulment in Nevada if you got married in Nevada or if you live in Nevada. Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau explains in this video that there are certain rules for an annulment and you have to prove that there are grounds for the annulment.
How Do We Trace Separate Property Out of Community Property?
Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner explains the best way to trace separate property out of community property is to look at bank statements. The bank statements will show where the property came from and where it went to.
How Does the Court Use an A/B List to Divide Property?
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau explains how the courts use an A/B list to divide property. The courts will have one party write out two lists of personal property. There will be an A list and a B list. It is important that the property is equally divided on the lists because the second party will get to choose which list they prefer.
How Do Courts Like to Divide Community Property?
The goal of the courts is to divide community property as equitable as possible. In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner provides an overview of how the courts divide community property. It is not necessarily a fifty-fifty split.
Does Marijuana Effect Custody?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses how marijuana use can impact custody in certain circumstances. Courts will evaluate the level and frequency of use and the individual is using around your children. Although marijuana is legal, courts can rule based on the best interests of the children.
How is Alimony or Spousal Support Calculated?
Overview provided by divorce attorney Meredith Weiner on how alimony is calculated. Typically courts will consider whether the person who is paying can afford to pay and whether the recipient has a need for the money. Factors include length of marriage, income, work history and more.
How is Alimony Calculated?
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau provides a summary of how the state of Nevada calculates alimony or spousal support. The judge will consider factors including number of years married, income, age, earning potential and more.
Completing Our Uncontested Worksheet
Completing our uncontested worksheet.
How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take?
Uncontested divorces are quicker than other divorces. Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau explains the time frame.
What if You Can't Serve Your Spouse Divorce Papers?
You must personally serve your spouse with divorce papers. What if you lost track of your spouse and no longer know where they are living?
What is a No Fault Divorce?
No fault means the court will not punish a spouse for asking for a divorce or for causing the divorce. Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau explains more.
Discover How to File a Default Divorce When Your Spouse Does Not Respond
What if your spouse does not respond to a complaint for divorce. You can file a default divorce. With a default you are granted your divorce with your terms.
How Much Does an Uncontested Divorce Cost?
Attorney Rock Rocheleau explains how munch an uncontested divorce costs.
The Financial Scope of Contested Divorce Cases
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau explains how much a contested divorce costs.
What if My Spouse and I don't Have Any Assets Together?
Divorcing but don't have any cars, bank accounts, or credit cards together. You can file an uncontested divorce. Divorce attorney explains how to file an uncontested divorce.
Why Hire Right Divorce Lawyers for Your Divorce?
Divorce Lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains why you should hire Right Divorce Lawyers to handle your Las Vegas Divorce. Stacy is the founder of Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
Get Clarity on the Nevada Divorce Process: Everything You Need to Know
Attorney Sonya Toma explains how the divorce process works in Nevada. Sonya is a divorce lawyer with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What is Discovery – Uncovering the Hidden Details Used in Divorce
Divorce Lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains the discovery process used in a divorce. Stacy is the founder of Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What is Separate Property?
Attorney Laura Johns explains the difference between community property and separate property. Laura is a divorce lawyer with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What is Community Property & How Does It Differ From Separate Property
Attorney Sonya Toma explains the difference between community property and separate property. Sonya is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What to Expect When Attending a Divorce Trial
Attorney Stacy Rocheleau discusses what happens at a divorce trial. Stacy a is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
Uncovering the Process: What to Expect at a Divorce Trial
Attorney Sonya Toma discusses what happens at a divorce trial. Sonya is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What is a Temporary Motions Hearing?
Attorney Sonya Toma discusses what happens at a temporary motions hearing. Sonya is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What Happens at a Case Management Conference?
Divorce Lawyer Sonya Toma explains what happens at a case management conference (CMC) in a divorce. Sonya is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
Understanding How Temporary Orders Impact Divorce Decisions
Attorney Philip Spradling explains how the court uses temporary orders to make temporary decisions during a divorce. Philip is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What are Best Interests Factors for Determining Custody?
Attorney Philip Spradling explains the factors courts look at to determine custody. Philip is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
How Much Alimony Will You Pay?
Divorce Lawyers Stacy Rocheleau explains how spousal support (aka alimony) is calculated. Stacy is the founding attorney of Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
Get an In-Depth Look at the Divorce Process in Nevada
Attorney Laura Johns explains how the divorce process works in Nevada. Laura is a divorce lawyer with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
How Do You Get Primary Physical Custody?
Attorney Sonya Toma explains how you get primary physical custody. Sonya is a custody attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What is a Fixed Fee for Divorce?
Divorce Lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains how Right Divorce Lawyers charges a fixed fee a divorce, or custody issue. Stacy is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
Find Out If Judges Favor Mothers for Child Custody
Child custody attorney Laura Johns talks about child custody and whether judges prefer mothers over fathers. Laura is a divorce lawyer with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
Find Out How to Make Changes to Your Child Support Order
Attorney Laura Johns explains when child support can be modified. Laura is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
How Much Spousal Support Will I Get
Attorney Philip Spradling explains how spousal support (aka alimony) is calculated. Philip is a divorce attorney with Right Divorce Lawyers. For over 14 years Right Divorce Lawyers has helped people with divorce, legal separation, and annulments.
What is Primary Custody?
Attorney Laura Johns discusses what is primary child custody. Laura has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for over 14 years.
What is Discovery Process in Divorce Cases?
Attorney Philip Spradling discusses the discovery process in divorce. Philip has years of experience in divorce, and custody matters.
What Are Temporary Divorce Orders?
Attorney Laura Johns discusses what temporary orders are used for in divorce. Laura has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for over 14 years.
How Much Does Divorce Cost
Divorce Lawyer Stacy Rocheleau discusses how much a divorce can cost. Stacy has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for almost 15 years.
Decide Wisely – Divorce vs. Legal Separation
Attorney Stacy Rocheleau discusses the difference between a legal separation and a divorce. Stacy has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for almost 15 years.
How Do Courts Divide Retirement Accounts
Divorce attorney Philip Spradling discusses how the courts divide a community property asset like a retirement account or pension. Philip is a divorce attorney in Nevada. The focus of his law practice is divorce, legal separation, and custody matters.
How to Relocate With a Child
Attorney Laura Johns discusses the Nevada rules for relocating to another state with a child. Laura has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for 14 years.
Should I File Divorce First
Attorney Philip Spradling discusses whether there are advantages to filing divorce first. Philip is a divorce attorney in Nevada. The focus of his law practice is divorce, legal separation, and custody matters.
What is Decided in a Divorce
Attorney Sonya Toma discusses what issues need to be decided in a divorce. Sonya has been a divorce attorney for 10 years.
Spouse Paying Attorney Fees
Divorce lawyer Laura Johns discusses whether spouses are ordered to pay attorney fees. Laura has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for 14 years.
Dividing Property and Assets in a Divorce
Divorce lawyer, Stacy Rocheleau, discusses how the Nevada courts divide property and assets of divorcing couples. Stacy has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for 15 years.
Grounds for Divorce
Divorce Lawyer Stacy Rocheleau discusses the process for filing a divorce.
Annulment of Divorce, Which Can I File?
Attorney Gary Thompson discusses the difference between an annulment and a divorce. Annulments are not always granted and Gary explains why. Gary has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for 20 years.
What is Marital Waste
Divorce lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains when child support orders can be modified.
What are Temporary Orders
Divorce lawyer Peter James explains temporary orders and how they are used.
What is Discovery in a Divorce Case
Divorce lawyer Peter James explains when child support orders can be modified.
Who Pays the Bills During a Divorce
Divorce attorney Philip Spradling explains how bills are paid after a divorce has been filed. Right Divorce Lawyers can contacted 170 South Green Valley Parkway, Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89012 or (702) 767-7611
Divorce Process: Estimating Legal Fees
Divorce lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains how to estimate the costs of legal fees in a divorce.
Divorce Lawyer Explain: Rules of Modifying Child Support Orders
Divorce lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains when child support orders can be modified.
Difference Between Legal & Physical Custody
Divorce lawyer Stacy Rocheleau explains the difference between legal custody and physical custody of a child.
Best Interest Factors for Determining Custody
Divorce attorney Stacy Rocheleau explains Nevada's Best Interest Factors. These are the factors the courts look at in determining custody.
Does Cheating Effect a Divorce
Attorney Carlia Waite discusses whether and a divorce can effect your divorce case. Carlia has been a divorce attorney for 12 years.
Do Divorce Courts Prefer Mothers?
Divorce attorney Carlia Waite discusses the myth that courts prefer mothers over fathers for custody matters. Carlia has been a divorce attorney for 12 years.
Annulment Or Divorce
Attorney Gary Thompson discusses the difference between an annulment and a divorce. Annulments are not always granted and Gary explains why. Gary has been a divorce attorney in Nevada for 20 years. 170 South Green Valley Parkway, Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89012 or (702) 767-7611
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Dividing a Home Under Water
Home that are valued less than a mortgage are called "under water". Couples filing for a divorce need to know how the courts will typically divorce an "under water" house.
Community Property Explanation
The idea of giving the other spouse 50% is well known. In Las Vegas you only need to split 50% of community property and not separate property. Attorney Stacy Rocheleau explains what is community property.
Best Interest Factors Used by Family Courts to Determine Child Custody
The Las Vegas family court uses the best interest factors to determine custody rulings. Their are around 11 main factors that you should consider if you are looking to file for child custody.
5 Main Areas of a Divorce
In a divorce the couples or the judge may need to make decisions on five areas; child custody, child support, division of assets, division of debts, and spousal support. Not every divorce will need to decide all five areas. Some marriages don't have children, or have not been married long enough for spousal support. Right Divorce Lawyers can be contacted at 170 South Green Valley Parkway, Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89012 or (702) 608-3139
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers - Are Retirement Plans Considered Community Property
The attorneys at Right Divorce Lawyers in Las Vegas specialize in helping clients resolve their divorces in the most favorable way possible. Often, the most important issue during a divorce is how to divide property and debt. In Nevada, any income and all property that the couple acquired during the marriage is community property, meaning the court will evenly divide it between the spouses. Examples of community property include real estate, vehicles, stocks, bonds and savings accounts. As you can imagine, it often becomes difficult to determine whether an asset is community or separate property. For example, many clients ask whether or not the court will evenly divide retirement plans. ...
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyer - Modifiying a Child Support Order
Family Law attorney discusses modifying a child support order. For more than 10 years, the attorneys at Right Divorce Lawyers have helped Las Vegas residents during the divorce process. For spouses that have children, issues of child custody and child support take priority over everything else. Child support can affect both spouses for many years after the divorce. For instance, if a couple divorces when their child is 3 years old, the court may order child support for 15 years, until the child turns 18. It's nearly impossible that one of the spouse's financial situation will change during that time, so many people ask whether or not the court will alter the amount of child support in ...
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers - Financial Disclosure Form
Divorce Lawyer Stacy Rocheleau discusses the use of the required Financial Disclosure Form (FDF).
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers - Can a Parent Leave Nevada with a Child
Family Law discusses the laws and process for relocating out of state with a child. The attorneys at Right Divorce Lawyers in Las Vegas specialize in complex divorces and post-divorce issues. No divorce that involves children is entirely simple, and divorce agreements that involve custody and child support tend to become more complicated over time. Changes in income, social situations and work obligations can all put strain on the custody agreement. In many cases, your agreement will affect the way you make life decisions. For instance, if a respected company offers you a desirable job in another state, you may need to consider how an interstate move will affect your ex-spouse before ...
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers - Standard Process for Filing a Divorce in Las Vegas
Family Law Attorney Stacy Rocheleau discusses the process for filing a divorce in Las Vegas, Nevada. Right Divorce Lawyers in Las Vegas specializes in divorce law and has been helping clients protect their rights and assets in court for more than 10 years. Although every divorce is slightly different, there are many steps of the process that remain the same for everyone. To initiate a divorce, you must file a complaint with the court. This involves filing various forms, paying a fee and submitting your documents to the district court. At this stage, you must list a "grounds for divorce," meaning you must tell the court why you wish to separate from your spouse. Then, the court requires ...
Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers - Child Support Orders
What are the requirements for modifying a child support order? Attorney Stacy Rocheleau explains when and how.
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Only a person who has experienced a divorce can understand how emotionally trying it can be. Spouses don't spend their marriage believing they will divorce, so finances and assets become extremely intertwined, making it difficult to split. Furthermore, any divorce that involves children may require a very careful approach. Most legal action involves two strangers who were involved in a car accident together or an employee and their employer. Although these types of cases can be exhausting for all parties involved, divorce stands out as a particularly difficult process. No matter what type of relationship a person has with their spouse, there is an inherent amount of emotional investment ...
Does a Party Need a Custody Order to Leave the State?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses if you need a custody order to leave the state. A party does not need a custody order to leave the state, however a party needs a custody order to bring his/her children out of the state. If you leave the state without your children you are making a stronger argument for your spouse to gain primary custody.
Can I Evict My Spouse?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses eviction of a spouse. In the state of Nevada, you would have to go to family court and file a divorce to get the process started. Then you would have to file a motion with the court asking for exclusive position of the home. Your claim would have to be deemed valid by the court would order the other spouse to move out.
Can I Evict My Spouse from the House?
Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner summarizes if you can evict your spouse from the house. You can file a motion for exclusive possession for the home. If the motion is granted, the party that was granted exclusive possession can change locks and passcodes. During the pendency of the divorce, the party with exclusive possession is the only party allowed to reside in the home.
When Can a Party Modify Child Support?
Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner explains in this video when a party can modify child support. There are three events that can trigger a modification to child support: (1) a change in income of more than 20%; (2) any change in the custodial arrangement and (3) every three years a party can file a motion to reevaluate child support.
When is a Divorce Final?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses when a divorce is final. A divorce is final not only when the Decree of Divorce is signed by both parties and the judge, but also when the Notice of Entry of Order that memorializes the date when the Decree of Divorce is final.
What is the Importance of a Financial Disclosure Form?
Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses the importance of a Financial Disclosure Form. The Financial Disclosure Form is required to be completed by both parties and it lists all of their assets & debts and incoming & outgoing funds over the course of a month. This document helps the court decide financial support and child support.
When is a Malmquist Calculation Used?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau explains when a Malmquist calculation is used. The Malmquist calculation was derived from a case where one party owned a property prior to the marriage but during the marriage used income (which is community property) to pay the mortgage on the property. The judge ruled that a portion of the equity in the home should be considered community property. The Malmquist calculation would be used in this set of circumstances.
Who Keeps the Wedding Ring After a Divorce?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses who keeps the wedding ring after a divorce. Typically the wedding ring is considered a conditional gift, meaning it is given based on the wedding taking place. If the wedding does not take place, the ring should be returned. However if the wedding does take place then the ring is the spouses ring to keep.
What Every Couple Needs to Know About Commingling of Separate Property in Divorce
Separate property is any property acquired by a party prior to the marriage. In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses commingling of separate property. Any property that moves from a separate property account to a joint account is subject to community property division in a divorce.
What is the Process for an Uncontested Divorce?
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses the process for an uncontested divorce in this video. The attorneys will then start drafting documents for the spouses to review, the most important are the terms and conditions of the divorce. At that point, changes and edits can be made before finalizing the documents for filing with the judge.
What is an Affidavit or Resident Witness?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses an affidavit or resident witness. To file a divorce in Nevada, you must be a resident of the state. To prove residency, you have to find someone that has seen you living in the state for the past six weeks and have them sign an affidavit confirming this to prove residency.
What is a COPE Certificate?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses a COPE certificate. In Nevada, parents getting a divorce that have children or parents that are finalizing a custody order have to go through a parenting class, known as a COPE class. The class is completed online and teaches how to coparent.
Learn How to Avoid Marital Waste and Make the Most of Your Resources
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses marital waste. When items are used on purchased that are not for the benefit of the community, they are considered marital waste. This could be money spent on gambling, a drug addition, etc. by one party during the marriage.
Uncover What's Yours: Understanding Community Property Laws
Divorce attorney Meredith Weiner summarizes community property in this video. Community property is basically anything acquired during the course of the marriage. This includes both assets and debts.
An Overview of Commingling of Separate Property: What You Need to Know
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses commingling of separate property in this video. Couples can enter a marriage with separate property. Once married, separate property can be considered community property if for example a separate bank account is changed to a joint account. You could prove separate property by tracing it to show it has not been commingled.
What is a Fixed Fee Divorce Attorney?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses fixed fee divorce attorneys. Right Divorce Lawyers is a fixed fee divorce attorney. Fixed fees are based on specific tasks for the divorce. Other law firms may work on an hourly basis. The fixed fee amounts provided by Right Divorce Lawyers is the amount you will be charged even if the task takes longer than expected.
What is a “Stipulated Divorce”?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses stipulated divorces. A divorce can be negotiated early in the process. However, it is important to start the procedure by filing the divorce and serving the other spouse. The served party has 21 days to respond to start negotiating or they may want to hire their own attorney.
What If I Need Help with Attorney Fees or Support?
Divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses financial support during a divorce in this video. Nevada has a procedure to help with attorney fees or support called A Motion for Temporary Orders. The motion can ask for temporary support from your spouse who is making a higher income. The spouse filing the motion can also ask for support to help pay for an attorney.
What is an Uncontested Divorce?
An uncontested divorce is when both spouses agree to the terms of the divorce. This includes agreement on the division of assets, financial support and child custody. This type of divorce is typically easier, cheaper and quicker than a contested divorce.
What is a Contested Divorce?
A contested divorce is when a husband and wife can not agree to the terms of a divorce. In this situation, a spouse would need to submit evidence to the judge to support what you are requesting.
What Does Jurisdiction of a Custody Case Entail?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses jurisdiction in custody cases. Jurisdiction of a custody case is based on where a child was born or has resided for the 6 month period prior to the filing.
What If an Asset is Omitted from the Decree of Divorce?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses what happens if an asset is omitted from the Decree of Divorce. If you discover an asset was missing from the decree of divorce, you would have three years to file a motion with the court to adjudicate the asset. If you discover the missing asset after three years from the divorce, you have lost your opportunity to file a motion.
How Much Does a Contested Divorce Cost?
In this video, divorce attorney Rock Rocheleau discusses the cost of a contested divorce. Contested divorces start at approximately $3,500. The first step is for the attorney to file a complaint for the divorce and list all of the claims that the spouses is requesting. Depending on the complexity of the case, additional filings may be required for additional fees.
What Are the Fees for an Uncontested Divorce?
At Right Divorce Lawyers, the fees for an uncontested divorce start at a $1,000 fixed fee. If there are children and there needs to be a custody plan and child support then the fixed fee is $1,500. If an attorney is needed to negotiate or extra help with the terms, those fees would start around $2,500.
What Are Some Don’ts When Going Through a Divorce?
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses what not to do during a divorce. Do not move or hinder assets during the time the divorce is taking place. When children are involved, do not post anything that would expose your private life on social media. This could possibly cause the other party to cast a negative light on your behavior. Also do not speak negatively about your spouse in front of your children. And do not bring your children to any meetings with attorneys or into the court.
Should a client hire an aggressive divorce attorney
In this video, divorce attorney Meredith Weiner discusses whether hiring an aggressive attorney would behoove you. You should hire an attorney that you feel you connect with and that you can be honest with. You will likely be sharing private information about your life so having that connection is important.
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