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Simple Answers to Your Child Custody Questions

There is so much information available on the internet, at the Courthouse, through TV and other media as well as through friends and family about child custody. It seems like everyone has an opinion about or knows someone that has been through a child custody battle . And. . .. I’m sure you will agree with me though that a lot of the information can be co...

Nevada Name Change Made Easy The Answers To Your Legal Name Change Questions

There are many different reasons why someone might want to change their name. Perhaps they have had a nickname their entire life and want to make it “their official name.” Maybe they got divorced and never changed their name and now they want to be rid of their prior married name. Whatever the reason, making a legal name change can be intimidating. There a...

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 a ...

Strategies For Handling Child Support Arrears

If you have been notified by a judge or the District Attorney’s office that you owe child support arrears, there are steps you can take to attempt to reduce your arrears obligation. This guide offers some options that might be helpful in reducing your back child support. 1. File a Motion to Establish Your Child Support: You can ask the child support court...

TAKING YOUR FAMILY LAW CASE TO TRIAL: BE PREPARED, BE CONFIDENT AND YOU CAN WIN

Your divorce and/or custody has been set for trial. You can feel the panic setting in. How will you afford a lawyer? You could lose your children, your money and maybe your home if you don’t prepare and have your ducks in a row…but you cant possibly afford a lawyer (maybe you can –subject of a different article). Regardless, there is no need to panic. Even i...

Tips For Modifying Nevada Child Support

Child support is the financial contribution made by one parent to help support his/her child. If you believe you pay too much or receive too little child support, Nevada law generally allows either parent to request support modifications. A recalculation will be done if any of the following is true: If you have an existing Court order for child support, y...