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When divorce looms, the thrill is definitely gone

B.B. King was born on a cotton plantation in Mississippi and died a few days ago in his Las Vegas mansion. Heralded worldwide as a master of the blues, he was an innovator who melted intricate jazz-inflected urban blues over the raw stomp of country blues. On his guitar named Lucille, he would lay down needlepoint-fine lines and then make her roar, dazzling audiences wherever he went.

The blues he helped define is the music of the broken heart; the weary who can’t stand any more cheating, whether it is their spouse doing the stepping out, or it is the song’s protagonist exhausted with his own shortcomings. Twice married and twice divorced, King understood the blues.

It’s a universal language, really. All you need to be fluent is a broken heart.

You need a bit more than that to have a successful divorce, however. When significant assets are at stake, as they inevitably are when an artist such as King is involved, or a business owner, investor or developer, it makes good sense to have on your side a Nevada attorney who understands state law regarding asset and debt distribution.

You want your marital estate evaluated fairly and the wealth distributed equitably. When a couple owns a business together, or one spouse owns whole or part of a firm, it takes an attorney who understands more than law, but also grasps complications and nuance of business to help clients find favorable resolutions to difficult property division disputes.

At Kainen Law Group, we have experience in helping protect your interests and assets in divorce. Please see our Las Vegas Marital Property Division page to learn a bit more about us.

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