Couples experiencing severe marital problems may wish to physically separate but, given the financial crisis, can’t fathom trying to maintain two separate households.
Invariably one of the first questions we are asked in an initial consultation by potential clients seriously considering divorce is 'how do I plan for divorce?'
Nevada’s version of the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (“UIFSA”), codified in NRS Chapter 130, governs the issue of whether or not a person may seek to modify an out-of-state child support order in Nevada courts.
The following is the procedure for registration of an out-of-state child custody determination pursuant to NRS 125A.465.
Sometimes it happens that a client has a falling out with his or her attorney. It may be that there is a personality conflict, a difference in opinion as to what course of action is in the client’s best interests or a dispute over the attorney’s billing practices.
In Nevada, if you use your separate property funds as a down payment towards the purchase of your marital residence, you may be unintentionally gifting one-half of that amount to your spouse and may not be able to recover it upon divorce.
I recently read a book called “Between Two Worlds: The Inner Lives of Children of Divorce” by Elizabeth Marquardt.