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Inheritance In Community Property States

By Kainen Law Group |

In community property states like Nevada, all property acquired during the marriage is presumed to be split 50-50 in the event of a divorce. Nevada law states that any inheritances, gifts or bequests granted to one person are theirs – but it can sometimes be difficult to determine if the grant is to one… Read More »

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What’s In A Nevada Surrogacy Contract?

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Nevada has a reputation for being one of the most friendly U.S. states for those looking to investigate assisted reproductive technology (ART). While some states still classify forms of surrogacy as illegal, Nevada is more open, understanding that many couples who badly want children to love may not be able to physically bear them…. Read More »

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Losing Parental Rights

By Kainen Law Group |

Just because someone fathers or gives birth to a child does not always mean that person is a fit parent for that child. In cases where abuse and neglect occurs, one parent may bring a motion to terminate the other parent’s parental rights (or a state agency may do so). Bringing a motion does… Read More »

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Does Having A Disability Mean Losing Custody?

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The popular perception of disabled people is that they can handle very little in terms of responsibilities. This is absolutely a misconception. Generally, disabled people can do anything that an able-bodied person can. This is often especially true for veterans, who may face neglect and discrimination due to a physical disability. Many disabled people… Read More »

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Custody Of Children Born To Unmarried Parents

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More and more U.S. residents are making the choice in recent years not to marry. However, this does not mean that they have chosen not to have children. Correspondingly, many more children are being born to unmarried persons. This opens up multiple questions regarding paternity, custody, support and the like. It is extremely important… Read More »

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How Does A Nevada Divorce Actually Work?

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For a variety of reasons, many people have a somewhat inaccurate view of how divorce actually works. This is especially true in Nevada, given the pop culture depiction of the state as a place where divorce is very easy. As in every state, a divorce is a proceeding that is taken very seriously. If… Read More »

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Dividing High Value Assets As Community Property

By Kainen Law Group |

When a couple has a high net worth between them, dividing marital assets down the middle can be complicated. Ensuring that both spouses receive their half of the community property in a can be quite complex. It is important to ensure that you have an attorney on your side who knows the relevant procedures…. Read More »

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Quickie Marriages, Quickie Divorces?

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By several metrics, including the state’s own registrars, Nevada has one of the highest divorce rates in the United States. There are multiple reasons for this, not least of all that it is very easy to get married in Nevada, but it is also very easy to get divorced. While picking up and moving… Read More »

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Updating Your Will After Divorce

By Kainen Law Group |

When a couple gets divorced, many simply forget about estate planning. However, it can be an unpleasant surprise to realize that Nevada law enacts certain changes after a divorce has occurred without you or your spouse doing anything. If you do not update your will and ensure you are familiar with the relevant estate… Read More »

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Annulling A Marriage In Nevada

By Kainen Law Group |

Las Vegas is often known as a place for quick marriages. As a result, Nevada courts do see their fair share of annulments. However, it is important to understand the difference between annulment and divorce. Not all marriages are eligible to be annulled, and even if your marriage fits the criteria, other issues may… Read More »

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