Will the Coronavirus (COVID-19) affect your Divorce or Custody Case?

While the nation is worried about coronavirus (COVID-19) it is understandable if you are also worried about your pending divorce, custody, child support, adoption or guardianship case. We understand that you are concerned about how this health crisis will affect your family. Our attorneys are responding to phone calls and emails from clients and accepting

I Am Hurt and It’s Not My Fault, Do I Need an Attorney?

Whether from a vehicle accident, dog bite, or slip and fall, if you’ve been injured in Nevada, personal injury laws should be a priority on your mind of things to examine, especially if you were not at fault in the accident. From a monetary perspective, to receive financial compensation for injuries sustained, you must show

In a Parking Lot? Back That Thing Up!

Parking lots in Las Vegas have become a lawless battleground of sorts, and it does not matter whether it is a supermarket, casino, sporting event, restaurant, or one of the many plazas a.k.a. mini malls scattered all over the city. Parking lot chaos is a concern as the population of Las Vegas grows. The city

Rideshare for Kids? Accidents Do Still Happen

Many Nevadans by now have used either Uber or Lyft at some point in their lives. Rideshare businesses have proven that they are here to stay, whether it be for convenience, your next business trip out of the state or country, or for the incidental check and balance it casts over the once monopolized taxi

Surviving the Holiday Season when Separated or Divorced

The holidays can be tough during a regular year, but if you are recently divorced, separated or going through a contentious divorce, the holiday season can be extra stressful. Top Six Tips to Survive and Enjoy the Holidays after Parents Separate 1- Start a new holiday tradition. Whether this is your first year after divorce/separation

Top Five Myths About Child Custody in Nevada

In the United States, the most common custody arrangement is where the parents have joint legal custody and one parent has primary custody. Nevada, however, has developed a preference for joint legal and joint physical custody. When parents have joint legal custody, they make decisions together about the child’s health, education and welfare. Physical custody

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