Enforcement of Family Court Orders in Nevada

Court orders are essential in all family law cases. Whether you’re dividing marital property or creating a schedule for child visitation, clear orders let everyone know what to expect. They can also allow those involved to emotionally prepare for what…


Parenting Time Issues What You Need to Know

Co-parenting issues can create frustration for families. But when it comes to your kids, you need to do what’s best. In all circumstances, to address a parenting time issue, you must approach the court in order to receive a new…


Child Custody Relocation Assistance

You’ve got a new job! Or maybe it’s a new relationship. Perhaps you’ve found educational opportunities in another state. You’re looking forward to moving and having a start fresh. But not so fast—if you have a child custody case, you…


Marijuana & Child Custody: Can I Use CBD & Recreational Marijuana?

Parents often want to know if CBD products and recreational marijuana make a difference when it comes to child custody. You may wonder, If the other parent uses marijuana, can I get custody? On the other hand, If I use…


Divorce Rates During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on everyone. Many people found themselves suddenly unemployed and unable to make ends meet. Schools have shuttered, and plans have changed. Unfortunately, the sudden upheaval has left married couples in challenging positions at times….


New Child Support Formula in Nevada Begins Now

Thousands of Nevada residents will be impacted by the new legislature in place, relating to child support. If you have a current child support order in place, it’s important to understand how these changes may affect you. Our experienced Las…


The Granting of Temporary Protection Orders Has Been Expedited

Protecting victims of domestic violence is a noble concern for the judiciary system. Now, those victims just received more protection, thanks to the Las Vegas Family Court. As of January 28th of this year, a significant change has been made…


Pets & Divorce: Who Keeps the Pup?

In California, there is a new law granting judges the authority to settle disagreements over who keeps the family pet(s) after a divorce. Perhaps not so surprising: these laws are set up to mirror the way courts handle child custody…


Blue Diamond Shooting was a “Domestic Dispute”

On August 11th, witnesses watched as a security guard was fired from the Ross store on Blue Diamond and Valley View. Shortly after that, the man returned with a gun and started shooting. The shooting was later classified as a…


New Federal Tax Plan Means Changes to Rules about Alimony

The 2019 tax plan involved some extreme changes that will affect alimony payments, from January 1st, 2019 onward. What Did The Old Laws Say? Prior to January 1, 2019, if a couple divorced or separated, the spouse who paid the…