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    Registration is now open for the

    Annual State Bar of Nevada Advanced Family Law Program,

    December 7, 2017, 8:45 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.

    3100 W. Charleston Blvd.
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Register at: http://sbn.peachnewmedia.com/store/seminar/seminar.php?seminar=97989

    The program last year sold out early.

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  • Continued Child Support for Disabled Children

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    In Nevada, disabled individuals are entitled to child support even after they turn 18, or graduate from high school, if they meet certain conditions. NRS 125B.110 states that a parent must support, beyond the age of majority, a child “with a handicap” until that individual no longer has a…

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  • Pecos Law Group Is Appealing

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    At Pecos Law Group, we are always looking for a challenging appeal to the Nevada Appellate courts to correct mistakes and injustices created by unfair or legally incorrect Family Court Decisions. Following are the appeals we currently have in progress:

    Private Religious Schools

    This case involves a parent who requested that…

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  • Annual State Bar of Nevada Advanced Family Law Program

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    Annual State Bar of Nevada Advanced Family Law Program
    December 7, 2017
    8:45 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
    7.0 CLE credits, 1.5 ethics credit pending
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Lunch courtesy of Lawyers Solutions Group.

    Entertainment sponsored by:

    Sansone Companies &

    Klein Epstein and Parker, Made to Measure Custom Clothiers…

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  • Annual State Bar of Nevada Advanced Family Law Program

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    Annual State Bar of Nevada Advanced Family Law Program
    December 7, 2017
    8:45 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
    7.0 CLE credits, 1.5 ethics credit pending
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Lunch courtesy of Lawyers Solutions Group.

    Entertainment sponsored by:

    Sansone Companies &

    Klein Epstein and Parker, Made to Measure Custom Clothiers…

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  • Religious Hostility In The Family Court

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    RELIGIOUS HOSTILITY IN THE FAMILY COURT
    The attorneys at Pecos Law Group took a stand for religious freedom last week.
    In Arcella v. Arcella, Clark County Family Court Judge Brown disallowed a child’s enrollment at Faith Lutheran Middle School solely because the mother objected to the school’s religious affiliation. But as the United States Supreme Court has held, “the First Amendment mandates…

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  • NEVADA SUPREME COURT REQUESTS ORAL ARGUMENT ON ISSUES OF CHURCH AND STATE

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    By a 7-2 decision, in Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer, the U.S. Supreme Court recently held that a state agency cannot deny an otherwise available public benefit to a church merely because of its religious status.  The Nevada Supreme Court will soon be hearing oral argument on a similar…

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  • What is a “Peremptory Challenge”

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    Each party, as a matter of right in a divorce action, is entitled to change the judge assigned to a case by filing what is called a  “peremptory challenge.”   It must be filed for any reason, within a specific time frame, at a cost of $450.00.  Generally, each party…

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  • The “Owner” Mentality v. The “Employee” Mentality

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    The “Owner” Mentality v. The “Employee” Mentality
     

    Every business is comprised of two general types of mentalities: The owner mentality and the employee mentality. Every business needs both to operate in the short term and prosper in the long term. Not every employee has an “employee mentality” and not every…

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  • What’s in a name?

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    The attorneys at the Pecos Law Group have prevailed in their attempts to ensure that parents, regardless of sex and marital status, have a fair opportunity to participate in the naming of their children.  In the case, Petit v. Adrianzen, 133 Nev. Adv. Op. 15 (2017), recently published by…

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