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What To Do When Filing For Divorce

​Whenever parents of children divorce, Nevada law requires that they provide financial support for their children until they reach the age of 18 (or 19 years if they are still in high school). NRS 125B.020(1) is intended to be gender neutral and requires both parents to provide their children with their necessary financial means, health care, education and support.

Nevada Family Law Group

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Henderson, NV 89052




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The Parental Rights Protection Act of 2015 began as a response to a particular decision by the Nevada Supreme Court, and transformed into legislation that leveled the playing field for parents seeking to protect their relationships with their children.

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You’re filing for divorce. In some instances congratulations are in order, in others, not so much.  No matter what the circumstances, there are some very important things you must do following your decision to end a marriage.

MANAGING CHILD CUSTODY DURING THE HOLIDAYS

​Keith Pickard     -     December 14, 2015                                 


Child Support In Nevada
Teen Testify Regarding Custody

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO WHEN FILING FOR DIVORCE

​Keith Pickard     -     September 21, 2015                                 


Las Vegas Divorce Attorneys

Child custody issues are magnified this time of year. There are the arguments over who gets what days, what traditions are continued and how to divvy up all the extended family parties. It can be a nightmare for some, but it doesn’t have to be.

AB 263 - THE PARENTAL RIGHTS PROTECTION ACT OF 2015

​Keith Pickard     -     September 2, 2015                                 


CHILD SUPPORT IN NEVADA: THE BEGINNING OF EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED KNOW

​Keith Pickard     -     August 31, 2015                                 


AB 263 Parental Rights Protection Act
Managing Custody During the Holidays

​​The short answer is yes, children can have a voice, but they will not be given a choice as to who they will live with” In other words, the child’s preference can be a factor in the decision, but it won’t be the only factor. But there are rules as to how that takes place.

CAN MY TEEN TESTIFY AS TO WHICH PARENT THEY WANT TO LIVE WITH?

​Keith Pickard     -     June 24, 2015                                 

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