Planning Your Divorce

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Divorce can be a devastating financial event.  Families are often forced to support two households with the same income they previously supported only one.  While the pandemic may force some couples to stay married, for financial reasons, when they may have otherwise divorced, once they crisis is over, more…

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Mitigating Your Attorney’s Fees in a Divorce

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Notwithstanding the spite and revenge one or both parties may be feeling during a divorce, since the great recession, and now especially during the pandemic, divorce litigants have become more cost conscious.   Many litigants going through a divorce no longer want to litigate every minor issue, but instead want…

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The Post-Divorce “Revenge Body” and Style

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If you follow pop culture, you are probably familiar with the concept of a post-divorce “revenge body.” After all, we frequently see stories about celebrities’ “transformations” and attributing weight loss, a new wardrobe, or an allover new “look” to the separation of that celebrity from their spouse. For example,…

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17th Annual State Bar of Nevada Advanced Family Law Program

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Family Law CLE

 

December 3, 2020

8:45 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.

 

6.5 CLE credits, 1.0 ethics credit, 1.0 substance abuse credit

 

 

8:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.: Introduction by Bruce Shapiro.

 

9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.: Christina Carl, Worldwide Litigation, “Finding Happiness in a Pandemic. Tips on How to Find Balance and Embrace Our…

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Pecos Law Group November 2020 Blog Topics:

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Private School Tuition;
Joint tax returns during divorce;
What just happened in court;
Child abductions under the Hague Convention;
Cohabitation and alimony;
Marriage Planning and Divorce.

 

 

WILL FAMILY COURT ORDER PARENTS TO PAY PRIVATE SCHOOL TUITION FOR THEIR CHILDREN?

 

The threshold determination is whether private school is in the best…

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