Category: Divorce

The Most Expensive (and High-Profile!) Divorces

If you’re a fan of a good gossip magazine or a long episode of Access Hollywood, chances are, you’ll hear tell of divorce… a lot! A Quick look at High Profile Divorce Cases When it comes to celebrities and business tycoons, engagements, babies and divorces tend to come along in short intervals. And, for better or… Read more »

3 Things You Should Know About Gifts and Divorce

It’s the holiday season, so that means it’s the most “giving” time of the year! Will all that generosity in the air, it may be difficult to imagine those lavish gifts for your loved ones could ever be the basis of a legal dispute. But unfortunately, in a divorce, gifts are often the subjects of… Read more »

6 Rules of Holiday Child-Sharing

Sharing custody of your children is never easy, but it can be particularly difficult – and painful – during the holiday season. Whether or not it’s your turn to see your child’s eyes light up on Christmas morning, or share the fun of the eighth night of Hanukkah, there are a few things you can… Read more »

Trick-or-Treat Tips for Divorced Parents

If you’re divorced, you know that holidays can pose some unique difficulties when it comes to the kids. And with Halloween right around the corner, make sure kids are getting treated and not tricked with these tips for divorced parents. Agree Ahead on Upcoming Plans If you’ve got plans for the kids on Halloween night,… Read more »

4 Things You Should Know About Divorce in Nevada

Divorce is never a pleasant topic, and when it comes to understanding the proceedings, it can be confusing; after all, a divorce is different in every state. Here are a few things you should know about getting divorced in Nevada. Nevada is a “no-fault” state. As a “no-fault” state, this means that, in Nevada, the… Read more »

What’s an Annulment?

You’ve likely heard the term “annulment” before, but you may wonder what exactly this means – legally speaking. And when it comes to dissolving a marriage, it’s important to understand the differences between annulment and divorce – and whether or not you qualify for the former. What’s the difference between annulment and divorce First it’s… Read more »

Changing Your Name After Divorce: 3 Considerations

Divorce comes with a lot of complications. One of those, if you’re a woman, is the decision to keep your married name or change back to your maiden name. Naturally, you’re free to make the decision that suits your needs best, but there are a few considerations to take before you head off to the… Read more »

5 Reasons You Need an Experienced Divorce Lawyer

You likely know someone who has gone through a long, drawn-out, nasty divorce. Likewise, you’ve probably heard of some divorce proceedings that were quick and efficient. What’s the difference? Well, every divorce is different, with custody issues and property often complicating the process. One thing that definitely makes a difference in your divorce is whether… Read more »

6 Tips for a Stress-Free Prenuptial Agreement

Just the phrase “prenuptial agreement” can put a damper on romance, and many couples avoid talking about this important concept altogether. While it’s true that discussing a potential “breakup” can create an awkward situation for a couple who is about to commit their lives to one another, creating a prenuptial agreement can actually be a… Read more »

Helping Kids Deal With Divorce

Las Vegas divorce isn’t easy for adults, but it can be pretty traumatic for children. And when children learn that their parents are separating, a lot of confusion and emotions can enter the scene. This makes the entire process even more difficult and can be heartbreaking for parents who want the best for their kids.… Read more »

What Asset Information Will Your Divorce Attorney Need?

Marriage can be difficult and complicated. Getting divorced can be pretty complex, too. Of course, the first thing to do when you’ve decided to divorce is to contact a good divorce attorney. After that, you’ll need to start gathering the information your lawyer will need. [tweet_box design=”default”]Here are a few things you should be prepared… Read more »