How Do Judges Decide Alimony Payments?

One of the less understood areas of United States divorce law is alimony, sometimes also known as spousal support. When clients first come to our Las Vegas divorce attorneys seeking counsel, many of them are not sure how alimony will be decided in their case, leaving...

7 Questions to Ask Yourself before Getting Remarried

Getting married is a leap into the unknown the first time around, so you’d think that going for a second or third time would be easier. In reality, and according to everyone who has taken that second leap, if anything, it’s harder to decide. Are you lucky enough to...

Child Psychology and Divorce

As every Las Vegas divorce attorney knows, the impact of divorce on children is a mixed lot of intense feelings they aren’t often big enough to handle. As adults, you already know how overwhelmed you feel, but you enjoy at least some level of control. Children...

How to Decide between Legal Separation and Divorce

When a married couple decides to end their relationship, not all of them choose divorce. Instead, some couples opt for an agreement of legal separation. While similar to a divorce, legal separation is a different kind of arrangement which can be the functional end of...

Common Questions for Divorce Attorneys

If you are considering a divorce, you probably have a lot of questions to ask your Las Vegas divorce attorney. On top of ending a relationship you thought was going to last a lifetime, you now have a legal proceeding to navigate. It’s understandable that you...

The Importance of Being Truthful with Your Lawyer

As the saying goes, there are three truths. There is your truth, your spouse’s truth, and then what actually happened. It isn’t a generic concept, but a scientific reality that everyone has their own perception. What’s important is that you share...

Reasons Why a Parent’s Rights Might Be Terminated

There are several different reasons why a parent’s rights could be terminated by a court of law. Parent rights refer to the legal right to make decisions in regards to minor children, such as their education, discipline, medical care, and religion. There are two basic...