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Family law cases in Nevada

Helping to facilitate the peaceful resolution of conflict while ensuring that a client’s legal rights are protected is a family attorney’s job, but this can be challenging when — in the family law context — disagreements can seem like matters of life and death. For this reason, family law attorneys need to use diplomacy and tact while not letting their clients be taken advantage of.

At the Kainen Law Group, we make foremost the sanctity of the attorney-client relationship. This communication involves listening to our clients’ needs and wishes for their family law matters, and it also involves the education of our clients on all the legal options available to them and the legal options that we feel they should undertake.

Secondly, our concern is with what the other side of the disagreement wants and feels. When we understand the goals of our clients and the goals of the other side, we are primed to obtain a favorable settlement of the matter without sacrificing the interests of our clients.

Still, not every family law case can be settled out of court and sometimes it is necessary to take a family law case to trial. In this respect, our Las Vegas law firm is fully prepared and ready to litigate your case if required and our experienced attorneys are highly capable of representing you in your trial proceedings. If you have a family law matter that you need insight and legal advice dealing with, we are available to speak with you about the facts of your case in a free, no-obligation consultation.

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