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5 Tips For Getting The Most From Your Family Law Attorney

As family law attorneys, we can promise you that every single case we handle is unique because every family is unique. What might work for a spousal support award in one case may not work in another. Likewise, a custody schedule for one family may not be the best for the children of another family. Despite the uniqueness of each case, there are things y...

5 Myths About Domestic Violence Charges

We receive calls every day from people charged with domestic violence. Most people want to know how to get their charges dropped or dismissed and many people charged with domestic violence in Las Vegas have a lot of misconceptions about their case. These misconceptions can cause a defendant representing himself or herself to be blindsided by a prosecutor, ...

5 Things Fathers Should Know About Child Custody

As family law attorneys, we handle a lot of cases involving father’s rights. Most of the time, our clients are genuinely caring fathers who only want to have a fair and equal relationship with their children. However, there is so much misinformation about father’s rights in family court, that we felt it was necessary to write this article with the top 5 th...

Top 5 Questions About Prenuptial Agreements

There are a lot of misconceptions about prenuptial agreements. As family law practitioners, we hear all kinds of crazy questions about prenups. Most of the time, our clients are afraid to ask even the most basic questions. We have prepared this list of the most commonly asked questions about prenuptial agreements to help dispel some of the myths about prenu...

Top 10 Tips For Representing Yourself In Family Court

If you read our last post and decided that you want to represent yourself in your family law case, or that you simply cannot afford any attorney to represent you, we have put together our top 10 tips for representing yourself in family court as follows: 1. Learn about family court and your family court judge. You need to know that once ...

Fault In Nevada Divorce

As a family law attorney in Las Vegas, I have heard more than once from a prospective client "my spouse had an affair and I want the judge to know all about it." In most divorces in Clark County, the fact that a spouse had an affair, or was abusive, or gambled, is often times overlooked because Nevada is a no-fault jurisdiction. While no-fault divorce is ...