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What Types of Guardianships are Available For Children In Nevada?

By Kainen Law Group |

Most of the time, children are taken care of by their parents. However, there are times when their parents may not be able to do so – they may be incarcerated, hospitalized, or in another situation where it would not be in their children’s best interests to remain with them. When this happens, minor… Read More »


What Are Your Property Rights Over Your Genetic Material?

By Kainen Law Group |

In this day and age, many couples are having children via assisted reproductive technology (ART), but sometimes there are loopholes left in the property rights to the genetic material used to do so. In a community property state such as Nevada, debates over ownership of embryos or gametes can be a difficult issue, especially… Read More »


What Can’t I Put In My Prenup?

By Kainen Law Group |

Prenuptial agreements are more commonplace than ever, especially among people who are more prone to marry later, with more assets. They are a smart way to safeguard property so that future division, either in probate or divorce, does not necessarily need to involve decisions by a court. However, many couples are unaware that there… Read More »


What You Should Know About Safeguarding Your Nevada Prenuptial Agreement

By Kainen Law Group |

When a couple decides to execute a premarital agreement, also called a prenuptial agreement, there is often a fair amount of dispute as to its exact construction. One of the most important criteria that most couples want their prenup to have is enforceability. If a couple does not create and sign the prenup in… Read More »


Parental Rights & Assisted Reproductive Technology

By Kainen Law Group |

More couples than ever are turning to assisted reproductive technology (ART) such as in-vitro fertilization or gestational surrogacy to combat infertility problems in trying to have a family. While this method has helped many become parents, it is not without its complexities and risks. While in theory, custody for a child born through ART… Read More »


Alimony and Income

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When you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are in the midst of a divorce, alimony is often a major concern for both parties. In some states, alimony is calculated using a very strict formula, with little to no deviation allowed. In Nevada, the calculation is much less regimented, meaning that it is important to show… Read More »


Real Property In A Community Property State

By Kainen Law Group |

Nevada’s community property laws apply to all property acquired during a marriage, but some couples have no idea that real property may be addressed by the same laws as their personal items. If you own property with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, you may need to consult an attorney as to how to handle its division… Read More »


Concerns For Divorcing Military Personnel

By Kainen Law Group |

Divorce is never easy, but if one has to go through the process while serving in the military, it can be even more difficult. Military divorce can have a number of different procedures that are not present in civilian divorce, and it is critical that you understand them before proceeding. If not, you may… Read More »


Cohabitation In Nevada

By Kainen Law Group |

Not everyone wants to get married. Many people these days are perfectly content living together without being legally married. Nevada couples have sought to clarify the status of their relationships by executing what are called “cohabitation agreements”. While lacking the strength of statutorily recognized contracts like a prenuptial agreement, they are potentially valid contracts… Read More »


Changing Your Will Post Divorce

By Kainen Law Group |

In the complex process of a divorce, often the last thing a person thinks of is to make adjustments to their estate planning instruments. However, in Nevada, it is necessary to change your will and other documents after divorce, because the law invalidates certain provisions if you do not. This can pose problems for… Read More »

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