Try to come to an agreement with your spouse about alimony and child support, at least temporarily.
When preparing for separation and divorce, divide up your bank accounts.
When going through a divorce, don't forget to take care of yourself.
Seek divorce advice from an attorney, accountant and other experts to understand the important consequences of divorce.
Your kids need to know that they are not loosing their family with divorce.
When approaching divorce, it's a good idea to prepare for re-joining the workforce with a new resume.
Divorce is a process, not an isolated incident. Be careful how you approach life changing decisions during your divorce.
It's better to work out a child custody schedule on your own.
In a divorce, generally, half of everything earned during marriage belongs to you.
Your kids deserve to have a good relationship with both parents.
It's really important to just take it one day at a time. Divorce is devastating, but it does get easier as time goes on. Spend t
Nevada does not have a statute that tells us how to calculate an alimony award in the event of divorce. Here's what our statute
Nevada law requires that when granting a divorce the court must equally divide the community property.
Make sure your name is on all of your financial and asset accounts and that both signatures are required. This will make sure yo
When heading towards divorce, make copies of all important financial and personal documents such as tax returns, bank statements
In this video from Moms Everyday, Jessica talks about Annulment in Nevada.
Ask for help when going through a divorce
Have realistic expectations when it comes to your divorce.
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Yes, and no... Jessica Anderson answers this question
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How long does it take to get a divorce in Nevada?