Whether a creditor of one spouse can go after community assets depends in part on how the property is characterized. If it is truly community property (loosely defined as “not separate property”), then the answer is “probably yes.”
It is a sad fact that custody battles are frequently waged using stories that just aren’t true. Often, one parent blows small incidents into monumental complaints in order to gain some tactical advantage during the litigation.
Most Nevadans I know don’t know this, but state law specifically requires employers to allow employees to take time off to go vote. There are specific rules, of course, but everyone can take at least one hour to go vote if they can’t get to the polls before or after work. And the employer doesn’t get to dock their pay. That means you get paid time off to vote if you wouldn’t be able to vote otherwise.
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.
Holy Cow! Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon just can’t call off the dogs! Celebrity divorces are often dog-eat-dog affairs, but Mariah and Nick seem to have resolved all of their issues regarding the divorce, except for what to do with their four-legged children. Yes, the dog and pony show isn’t about who gets their actual offspring, but who is going to the dogs.