Which Family Court Judge is Right for Your Case?

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I am often “told” by prospective clients
that they want a certain gender representing him or her in their divorce. While
it is certainly up to an individual whom they choose to represent him or her in
a divorce action, it is up to attorney to give the appropriate advice.  The “best…

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Bruce I. Shapiro of Pecos Law Group

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Pecos Law Group is proud to announce that attorney
Bruce Shapiro’s most recent article, “Establishing and Developing a New Family
Law Practice:  Part 4:  Marketing, has been published in the Winter
2019 issue of the Nevada Family Law Reporter.

          This most recent article describes how
lawyers should always market themselves and opines that…

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“I Feel Like I’m Being Watched”: Spying by Family Law Litigants

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Those who own and
use smartphones are likely aware of the lack of real privacy present in today’s
world. Perhaps you’ve noticed Facebook ads for items you previously Googled. Maybe
you were the victim of ransomware on your computer, resulting in a loss of
important documents.  

          These issues are particularly relevant
in family…

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Experienced Nevada Appellate Attorneys

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Experienced Nevada Appellate Attorneys
 

Pecos Law Group has experienced Nevada Appellate lawyers to handle your Nevada Supreme Court appeals.  Not all attorneys are appeals lawyers.  Appellate representation in the Nevada Supreme Court requires specific skill and experience.  Judges are not perfect, and you are not necessarily stuck with a poor…

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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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FQ

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Featured Question: How Do I Save Money On My Las Vegas Divorce?

A common question we would often receive when representing clients would concern saving money during the course of your Las Vegas Divorce. Often times the mood and flow of your divorce can be an emotional rollercoaster as each…

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Nevada Goes Green

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No, not “green” as in paperless. “Green” as in marijuana. A total of 54.47% of Nevada voters voted “yes” on Question 2, beating out the naysayers by almost 100,000 votes. Question 2 legalizes recreational marijuana by people who are 21 years old and over. So what does this mean…

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INTRODUCTION OF SOCIAL MEDIA INTO EVIDENCE, LATE ADDITION TO DECEMBER 1ST STATE BAR OF NEVADA ADVANCED FAMILY LAW CLE

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We are excited to announce that Rahul Gupta, Senior Deputy District Attorney from the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, has agreed to be a late addition to our December 1, 2016 program. Mr. Gupta will present “Introduction of Social Media into Evidence, Including Overcoming Hearsay Objections.” The…

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