We’re here to support and guide you in making smart, informed decisions with divorce-related matters so that you can move forward with clarity and confidence.
If you and your spouse are unable to agree to the terms of your divorce then you’ll need to move forward with a contested divorce.
We offer a special flat-fee price for couples who have come to a mutual agreement regarding the terms of their divorce.
An annulment essentially erases the marriage as if it never happened, and must meet certain criteria in the state of Nevada.
For couples who want to work together with their respective attorneys to come up with a divorce agreement, a collaborative divorce serves as a less expensive and less time-consuming route.
Navigating child custody/support and the laws around it can get tricky. We will work with you, the court and your partner’s attorney towards an outcome that is in the best interest of the child.
Nevada grandparents have the legal right to request court-ordered visitation with their grandchildren if they can prove it is in the best interest of the child(ren).
Child custody between unmarried parties can require additional steps including establishing parentage.
Adopting a child is an important decision for you and your family. While the prospect of adding a new family member to your life is exciting and joyful, you should also be aware of the legal requirements and complications that can occur during this critical process.
The process of adoption can be complicated, involving many regulations that you must follow. A family lawyer who specializes in adoption will look at your situation and get to know you well.
Few court cases are as important or life-changing as family court situations. These cases not only affect your income but time with your kids, how your marriage is dissolved and other important matters.
A decree, the final, enforceable order containing the details of the court’s decision, can be modified if a party can show a substantial and continuing change of circumstances.
Alimony can be modified based on a variety of factors including a change in income, property values, contribution as a homemaker and the existence of marketable skills attained during the marriage.
Estate planning is the process of actions that take place after you die. Estate planning ensures all your assets have a beneficiary, your will is verified, your trust is organized, and you and your loved ones are taken care of.