When a couple divorces in Nevada, the court may award alimony if one spouse is financially dependent on the other spouse. These payments, also known as spousal support, are designed to help both parties maintain the standard of living they enjoyed during the marriage. Either spouse can request alimony in a divorce filing and the […]
Even the most amicable divorces can be overwhelming. An attorney can provide invaluable legal advice to help get through the mediation process.
If you have been served with a summons to appear at a child support hearing in Nevada, or have requested that your co-parent appear at one, you probably have many questions about your rights and responsibilities. This post will discuss what to expect at a child support hearing and how to prepare yourself for what […]
The things you say and do on the web and on your phone can significantly impact on the outcome of your divorce. Mistakes you make on social media, email, and over text messages can have a negative impact on a variety of divorce issues including child custody, spousal support, division of assets, and everything in between. Complete this quiz to learn how to avoid making the most common mistakes.
In recent years, it has become common practice to use evidence gathered from social media websites in all types of family law cases. Evidence from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, dating websites, and blogs is now routinely used in divorce, alimony, child support, child custody, and visitation cases. Sometimes, this type of evidence is introduced in […]