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Do You Really Need A Lawyer For Your Family Court Case?

In a perfect world, our family courts would give anyone going through a divorce or custody case a free lawyer just like they do in criminal court. Unfortunately, our family law courts are far from perfect. Representing yourself in your divorce or custody case may be tempting. After all, lawyers cost money and the forms for a do-it-yourself divorce or custody...

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 you ca...

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 thin...

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 prenup...

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 ...

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 t...

I Have To Pay For That?

The decision to charge a consultation fee is not one that most lawyers take lightly. There is a fear in charging a consultation fee that clients will be turned off or will seek legal advice elsewhere because there are always lawyers willing to offer free consultations. At Rosenblum Law Offices, we decided to charge a consultation fee for our family law matte...

Collaborative Divorce Explained

Collaborative divorce is one alternative to divorce litigation. A collaborative divorce is a method of dissolving a marriage wherein the parties and their attorneys agree to resolve conflicts by employing cooperative techniques rather than adversarial strategies and litigation. Everyone involved is committed to resolving the case through negotiation rather t...

Nevada Annulment FAQs

One alternative to a divorce may be filing for an annulment. Annulments are difficult to obtain in Nevada and should be considered very carefully, as an alternative to divorce. It is strongly recommended that someone considering an annulment in lieu of a divorce consult an attorney. What is an annulment? Generally,the word annulment means a revocat...

Save Money During Your Family Court Case

Going through a divorce or custody case can be draining. The emotions involved can often take their toll on your physical and mental health. In addition, family law litigation is not cheap. You may find that just to get simple agreements accomplished in your case may take hundreds or even thousand of dollars. Sometimes, this is true whether you have an attor...

Why Do I Need An Attorney For My Divorce?

Many people getting a divorce, or even contemplating divorce, ask "why should I hire a divorce lawyer?" Often, people file on their own and learn about divorce from the internet, friends, books or even clerks at the Courthouse. A do-it-yourself divorce may be acceptable in some limited circumstances but there are many reasons to hire a divorce lawyer and eve...

Holiday And Vacation Time After Divorce

It is almost that time of year where the kids are looking forward to being out of school for the school break and parents are ready to take their holiday vacations. However, if you do not have a vacation schedule, or some other plan for the holidays, in your custody orders, that trip to see the relatives may not happen. If you have an order that allows you v...

Guardianships In Nevada

If you believe a loved one is in need of a guardianship, the process can be overwhelming. Not only can the forms for guardianship in Nevada be confusing, but the just determining what type of Nevada guardianship you need is enough to make people put off guardianship until it is too late. We offer the following information to help you determine the type of ...

Who Can Get Divorced In Nevada?

As Family Law Attorneys in Las Vegas, we see this questions repeatedly. This article answers who can file for divorce in Nevada and the reasons for obtaining a Nevada divorce. If you or someone you know is considering a Nevada divorce, call our office today at (702) 433-2889 or fill out our on-line form for more information. Either spouse may file for di...

CPS Hearings From Start To Finish

Being faced with an abuse or neglect charge can be stressful, and for many parents or guardians, very confusing. If CPS is called to your home to investigate an abuse or neglect allegation and a case is opened against you, it is important to understand how the system works in order to better prepare for your case. We have prepared this guide to familiarize y...

CPS Has Taken My Children, Now What?

If CPS has been investigating an allegation of abuse and neglect, there is a chance that CPS may determine that the children are not safe in your care. As a result, CPS will remove the children from your home. In these circumstances, time is of the essence and it is important to understand the next step in resolving the abuse and neglect allegations. Thi...

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...

Voted Among The Best - Las Vegas Family Law Attorneys

Rosenblum Law Offices, serving Las Vegas, Henderson, Summerlin, North Las Vegas, Centennial Hills, Clark County and Nye County, is the firm individuals and businesses alike count on to handle their litigation needs. Providing a wide variety of intertwined services, we excel at achieving our clients’ goals throughout Southern Nevada. We have been voted ...

Best Advice A Las Vegas Divorce Attorney Can Give

In my almost fifteen years as a Las Vegas Divorce and Custody Attorney, my practice has handled well over two thousand divorce and cases. In doing so, we have accumulated a wealth of knowledge and insight that we didn’t have when we first started in family law. We thought it was about time to share our advice with those of you going through a divorce a...

Basics Of Las Vegas Restraining Orders

What is a Protective Order? A Protection Order, often referred to as a TPO or restraining order, is an order issued by a court that allows the person applying for the TPO to use the power of the court to require the responding party to do, or not do, certain things. The party applying for the restraining order is referred to as the Applicant. The person...