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Frequently Asked Questions About Nevada Surrogacy Agreements

By Kainen Law Group |

The wish to start a family is one that is shared by countless people around the country, regardless of biological ability or marital status. Nevada law permits those who fulfill certain legal requirements to have children via gestational surrogacy, and while the process is relatively simple compared to the hurdles established in many other… Read More »


When A Parent Is Unfit

By Kainen Law Group |

Nevada custody and child support laws are founded upon the principle that the parent or the court must always act in the best interests of the child or children involved. Sometimes, this can mean that the court must make the determination that one or both parents are unfit to exercise custody or visitation rights…. Read More »


Quickie Marriages, Quickie Divorces?

By Kainen Law Group |

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 »


The Rights of Surrogates In Nevada

By Kainen Law Group |

Sometimes, couples cannot conceive children on their own, for a variety of reasons. When that occurs, some people turn to surrogacy, contracting to have the surrogate (known as “gestational carriers”) carry a child for the intended parents. The law in Nevada is specific and favorable process for both gestational carriers and prospective parents, especially… Read More »


Mounting & Defending Nevada Paternity Cases

By Kainen Law Group |

Although some may think that the paternity of a child means very little in this day and age, it can actually matter substantially. Several legal benefits for the child are attached to the issue of paternity, including eligibility for benefits like Social Security or veteran’s benefits on their parent’s work record. In addition, paternity… Read More »

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