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…read more
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…
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…read more
– 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…read more
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…
Given recent world events, this is a question faced by an increasing number of people. What to do with this retirement account is an important financial decision, and not one to be made lightly.
Whether the separation is voluntary or not, when you leave a job where you have a…read more
“Can the Judge Use My Alimony to Set Child Support?” An Overview of the Definition of “Income” Under Nevada’s New Child Support Guidelines.BY: PecosLawGroup DATE: April 20, 2020 0 Comments
NRS 125B.070(1)(a) used to define “gross monthly income” as “the total amount of income received each month from any source of a person who is not self-employed or the gross income from any source of a self-employed person, after deduction of all legitimate business expenses, but without deduction for…read more
Sanity in the Time of COVID-19: Maintaining Mental Health During the Coronavirus Pandemic
You’ve likely seen plenty of posts on social media joking about the emotional and psychological effect of the COVID-19 crisis. Perhaps these posts poke fun at a fear of the virus itself, make observations about the individuals…
COVID 19 and Nevada Child Support: What you need to know.
As of writing this, three million people have already been laid off or furloughed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The residents of Las Vegas, a city powered by the service and hospitality industry, will certainly feel the…
Blog Topics: 1. Failure to Wear Seatbelt; 2. Moratorium on Evictions during COVID-19 Crisis 3. Dating During a PandemicBY: PecosLawGroup DATE: April 09, 2020 0 Comments
I DIDN’T PUT ON MY SEATBELT. DO I STILL HAVE A PERSONAL INJURY CASE?
Thanks to laws and general public awareness, the use of seatbelts has become second nature to most motorists. Nonetheless, some of us out there forget to buckle up or still refuse to wear safety belts out…