Divorce in the Digital Age: Be careful what you post. Social media cannot only ruin your marriage, it can ruin your divorce. Because we can, many of us share personal information about ourselves on social media and networking sites. Although you may believe you are sharing your information with one or only a few individuals … Read more

  Is​ the Family ​​Court​​ open?​​ ​ The short answer is, yes. Following Governor Sisolak’s declaring ​​a state of emergency in Nevada in response to the ​​outbreak of Corona​​virus Disease, ​​Nevada Chief ​​Court​​ Justice Pickering and Eighth Judicial District ​​Court​​ Chief Judge Bell ​​issued Administrative Order 20-01 on March 13, 2020, which dictates ​​alterations to ​​Court​​ procedure … Read more

co-parenting

Our Family Wizard (OFW) is a program that is designed to assist your family in your new co-parenting roles. Transitioning from spouses to co-parents following a divorce or separation can be difficult, especially if the issues that led to the separation or divorce continue to affect the parents’ relationship. This can be particularly problematic, however, … Read more

Schedule your Consultation Now that marijuana is legal for recreational use in Nevada, our Family Courts are likely to face tens of hundreds of cases involving parents who use marijuana and do not believe this should infringe on their custodial rights.  Courts traditionally restricted the contact between cannabis users and their children. Possessing and using … Read more

How Much Does a Divorce Cost? When couples start thinking about divorce, one of the first questions they have is: How much does a divorce cost? This is the most common question we hear, and understandably, people are frustrated with our answer: “It depends.” The average divorce cost in the United States is between $10,000 … Read more

In today’s changing economy, it is important to understand under what circumstances an order for alimony may be modified.  While litigants can read the law and understand it, knowing what actually happens in the courtroom is not always the same as the law. In Nevada, both the basis of an award of alimony and the … Read more