• DISCRIMINATION IN FOSTER CARE PLACEMENTS

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    According to the Office of the Administration for Children & Families, in 2018 there were approximately 437,283 children in foster care. While about a third of those children were placed in the home of a relative, nearly half were in nonrelative foster family homes. While 43% of the children…

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  • A General Guide to the Most Common Types of Bankruptcies

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    If you have found yourself in a position where you are unable to pay your bills, you should absolutely consider scheduling a bankruptcy consultation with a lawyer. Once you schedule your consultation, you should attempt to compile your financial documentation for your consultation. Financial documentation will likely include paystubs,…

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  • School Re-Opening Plans and How They May Affect Custody Schedules

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    Clark County schools were closed on March 15, 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Initially, Governor Sisolak planned to close schools until April 6, 2020 when cases of COVID-19 began to spike. As the pandemic went on, however, Clark County schools did not end up re-opening at…

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  • Judicial Non-Disparagement Orders Encounter a Constitutional Speed Bump

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    In Nevada and in other states across the U.S., courts have with increasing frequency attempted to counteract the emotionally charged and often abusive interactions between divorce litigants who share the custody of minor children, by imposing so-called “non-disparagement” orders. Non-disparagement orders are often issued during contentious divorce or child…

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  • Feeling Drained After Zoom Calls? You’re Not Alone

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    Have you, like the rest of America (and likely the world), been conducting meetings via Zoom since the pandemic began? Have you found that you feel drained and tired after Zoom calls? You’re not alone.
    Much is currently being explored and written about the psychological implications that the Covid-19 pandemic…

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  • vegas west attorneys merges with Pecos Law Group

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  • Co-Parenting in Quarantine

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    Many were surprised by the news that Bruce Willis has been quarantining with his ex-wife, Demi Moore, and their daughters, as opposed to Willis’ current wife and youngest two children. One of Willis’ daughters explained that Willis’ current wife and youngest two children were expected to join Moore and…

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  • May Blog

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    Blog Topics:

    – Four Ways How to Spend Less Money on Your Divorce;
    – Questions relating to a Prenuptial Agreement
    – Omitted Assets
    – Premarital Background checks

    1. Four Ways How to Spend Less Money on
    Your Las Vegas Divorce

    To hire a Las Vegas divorce lawyer is a major financial commitment. A Las Vegas family…

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  • Pecos Law Group Prevails on Appeal Relating to Awarding Third Party Custody of Children

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    The Nevada Court of Appeals has remanded the decision to give primary physical custody to a non-parent over a parent, ordering the Family Court Judge to reconsider its order under the appropriate legal analysis.
    In this case, the parties were married in 2007 and share three children. They lived in…

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  • Pecos Law Group Prevails on Appeal Relating to Awarding Third Party Custody of Children

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    The Nevada Court of Appeals has remanded the decision to give primary physical custody to a non-parent over a parent, ordering the Family Court Judge to reconsider its order under the appropriate legal analysis.

    In this case, the parties were married in 2007 and share three children. They lived in…

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