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?’
Many people are asking how COVID-19 affects child custody
I know that you do family law and divorce here in Reno, but I was wondering if you also do elder law?
Can an ex-husband force a new doctor he has chosen for a custody evaluation? Will the court have to decide this issue?
My ex-wife just informed me that my daughter is switching schools in the Reno area. Can she do that without my authorization or does that violate child custody laws? I only take my daughter to school every other Monday but the school she is choosing adds another 20 minutes to my commute.
My daughter graduates from high school this June and when I asked my ex about the 529 plan he angrily told me that he cashed it out. I had no idea that he could even do this. I thought it had to be used for college expenses.
If an ex is trying to get custody over their child by using a domestic violence charge from 10 years ago, is it still relevant? Will the person lose custody over their child? We answer these questions and more.
The family court in Reno has wide discretion in making findings of community waste, but if you are successful in this claim, you could be compensated for the Ponzi scheme loss.