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Supervised Visitation in a Nevada Child Custody Case

In a Nevada child custody case or a proceeding to modify a custody and visitation order, a judge may order supervised visitation for a noncustodial parent. This type of visitation occurs in a controlled environment chosen by the court. A judge grants… Read More
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What Happens If You Don’t Follow a Nevada Child Custody Order?

Violation of a custody order is an extremely serious matter. If you’re under a Nevada child custody order, failing to follow the order can have significant consequences. you encounter difficulties complying with a custody order or the other parent… Read More
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What’s the Difference Between Legal Separation and Divorce in Nevada?

In Nevada, married spouses considering divorce can choose the option of legal separation instead. In some circumstances, legal separation provides desirable benefits to the spouses that divorce does not. In this blog post, experienced Las Vegas famil… Read More
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What Happens to Your Retirement Account in a Nevada Divorce?

For many people, a retirement account is their most significant financial asset other than their home. Spouses often express concern about what happens to assets accumulated in a retirement account if a married couple divorces. In this discussion, La… Read More
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Relocating a Child Subject to a Custody Order

There are many common reasons why a parent may want to change residence and relocate with a child. With the economic changes brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, there is an increased incidence of employment-related reasons — and other new reasons… Read More
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Modification of a Child Support Order in Las Vegas

If you are affected by unemployment due to the coronavirus Covid-19, you may wonder whether that change means you can adjust a child support obligation. You also may have other reasons for wanting to change the child support you pay or receive. In Ne… Read More
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What Happens to Your Child Support Obligation If You’re in Prison?

If you serve six (6) months or more in prison, you may ask a Nevada court review to your child support obligation during incarceration and on release. New state child support regulations have specific provisions governing review and adjustment of chi… Read More
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Do You Owe Child Support If You’re Unemployed? (Effect of Unemployment on New Child Support Orders or Modification of Existing Child Support Orders)

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic poses especially difficult personal financial challenges for the millions of people who have lost their jobs, including many individuals here in Las Vegas. Whether unemployment occurs because of Covid-19 or for oth… Read More
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How Does Custody Affect Child Support Payments in Nevada?

New Nevada child support regulations went into effect on February 1, 2020. If parents cannot agree on child support payments, the new rules apply to the court’s determination of the child support amount. The guidelines include specific provisions r… Read More
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What Counts as Income Under the 2020 Nevada Child Support Rules?

If a judge decides on your Nevada child support case after February 1, 2020, an entirely new set of rules will apply to the court’s decision. One of the most significant changes involves specific guidelines about what does (and does not) count as i… Read More
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