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Reasons People Don’t Leave Abusive Relationships
Those who are not in abusive relationships often wonder why people who are being victimized by domestic violence don’t just leave. Unless they’re not being physically restrained, why not just take the next bus out of town? The situation is very complex. Part of the confusion from those who have never been in this… Read More »
Taxes and Splitting Up Investment Assets During a Divorce
When a couple shares their investment accounts, those assets will likely need to be split up during the asset division process in a divorce. However, splitting up assets in an investment account is not as easy as looking at the value of the investments. Couples also have to consider the potential tax liabilities or… Read More »
Tips for a high asset divorce
Ending a marriage is never easy, but a high-asset divorce can bring a unique set of difficulties. If you are preparing for this kind of divorce in Nevada, there are some things you can keep in mind to make the process as smooth as possible. We at Kainen Law Group are committed to not… Read More »
How to divide your artwork during divorce
Dividing assets in Nevada is often difficult during divorce, but some pieces of property can be more confusing than others. Artwork that you have created yourself often falls into this category, since there are many different aspects that must be considered. We at Kainen Law Group are here to help you divide all of… Read More »
Can a More Personal Touch Bring in Overdue Child Support?
Government agencies around the country use a number of methods to collect overdue child support. Here in Nevada, drivers, business and recreational licenses can be revoked if a person fails to pay child support. Money can be taken directly from people’s paychecks. In some cases, those who get seriously behind on their obligations can… Read More »
Nevada: The Go-To Divorce Destination?
If you’re considering divorce, you might be interested to know that Nevada was the leading state for divorce for decades. In the 1930s and into the 1960s, it was the go-to destination for spouses to bring their marriages to a close. The state had some of the easiest divorce laws on the books for… Read More »
What happens if you hide assets in a divorce?
Whether you are under the impression that any money you made before your marriage is your sole property or you are attempting to rationalize that your spouse has no right to your hard-earned cash, the fact is that the best way to handle a divorce is by reporting all of your assets, even those… Read More »
The Lifelong Impacts of Childhood Exposure to Domestic Violence
Children who are exposed to domestic violence can be negatively impacted by it throughout their entire lives, even if they are never physically abused themselves. It’s estimated that 3 to 4 million American children and teens are at risk of witnessing domestic violence. Many children who are exposed to physical, sexual or emotional abuse… Read More »
Can a father have full custody?
If you are a divorcing father in Nevada, one of your main concerns is likely whether or not you will be given the right to full custody of your children. In the past, custody preferences most often went to the mother, but as attitudes have changed, so has the outlook of the entire legal… Read More »
Do accounts in my name need to be included in a prenup?
When many people get married in Nevada, they mistakenly assume that existing accounts that remain solely under their name are their exclusive property and will stay under their control in the event of a divorce. This may sound logical, but you might find that the truth can often be far different. Forbes.com details the… Read More »