personal posterity meaning the intent to listen back to conversations and experiences by oneself for one’s own memory ( examples: if an individual was claimed to have said something when they didn’t, they could go back to listen to what they personally said and dispute the claim; or, if one... Read more »
I'm looking for some information. Me and my ex divorced in 2018. I stayed in the home and he moved to Florida. He's been gone for the last 4 years. I'm ready to sell the home. I wanted to know what may happen. Is he entitled to payment since our names are both on the home?... Read more »
As this is not a settled matter in Nevada, it will come down to deciding if the property that was placed in the trust was and will be considered community property or separate property. Putting assets in a trust does not automatically make the assets separate property. The source of the assets...Read more »
NRS 125.150 Alimony and adjudication of property rights; award of attorney’s fee; postjudgment motion; subsequent modification by court. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 125.155 and 125.165, and unless the action is contrary to a premarital agreement...Read more »
I’ve been divorced for about almost two years. Me and my ex bought a house together and she was ordered to sell or refinance within a year. She has done neither. If she sold then the profits were to be split equally. Do to the pandemic I wasn’t sure if I could have force her out in the first... Read more »
If the divorce decree stated that the equity of the house was to be evenly divided, she must follow the court order. Failure to do so would be contempt of court and you can file a motion with the court forcing her to abide by the decree.
Hi my wife kicked me out after a little over a year of marriage in the beginning of December. A few weeks later she had one of her friends call me and say he's towing my custom truck that I spent the last 10 years building out of the garage and if I don't give him money he's going to... Read more »
because you are both still married and have not filed any documents with the court (I am assuming you have not), the court will not be able to assist you with this matter at the moment as you are both still married.
I recommend you remove your truck and any other personal belongings from...Read more »
anything. The divorce status says case is closed. She is now saying she is going to sue me/change divorce because I recently sold my house & she wants money from that . Is she able to sue me or do that ? (Also I bought the house 4 years before we got married)
It has been my experience, prior to COVID, that it was really up to the individual judges if they allowed the witnesses all in the courtroom at the same time. most of the time I found that it was one witness in the courtroom at one time. Since COVID, most appearances are virtual and processes are...Read more »
Nevada is a community property state, therefore all property, bank accounts, and other assets, as well as debts, acquired during the marriage are considered part of the marital estate. Both parties are automatically entitled to an equal share of the marital estate. Nevada family law courts do not...Read more »
You are free to file for divorce in any state where you can meet the state requirements for divorce. The only requirement for a divorce in Nevada is that you or your spouse have lived in the state for at least six weeks prior to filing your divorce. You have the right to begin the process at any...Read more »
My ex was ordered to pay a car loan (the loan is in both our names) per our divorce decree, she is having trouble paying it, she has agreed to let me pay off the loan and deduct that amount from the remaining spousal support. What paperwork can we file with the court so this gets logged in our... Read more »
I would recommend that you file a stipulation to modify the current spousal support court order. The modification should represent the new, agreed upon alimony amount that reflects what was deducted due to the car payment. Any other pre-payment should be made in the form of a check that is...Read more »
My mom and dad are divorced but still own land together in AZ. He is backing out of a verbal agreement, that they would put the land in mine and my sibling's name. There was no written contract or clause in their divorce about this land. Now he is stating that he only agreed to give my brother... Read more »
Unless there is some contract, she cannot force him to convey out. Examine the divorce decree carefully. In all likelihood the Mother's only recourse is to file an action for Partition. But even that does not put anything in your name as basically you have no legal standing.
We got married in front of plenty of family and friends we both signed a Ketubah ( Jewish marriage contract ) with 2 witness signatures and the Rabbi we couldn’t file our paper work because of the Corona Virus
As long as the couple has a valid Nevada marriage license and the ceremony was performed by a Nevada licensed Officiant with at least one witness, then the marriage is legally recognized. The officiant’s failure to record the marriage documentation within the required 10 days after the ceremony...Read more »
Post-nuptial agreements are recognized in all 50 states, regardless of where they were originally drafted and filed. However, many laws vary state to state, therefore, if a matter included in the post-nuptial agreement was pertinent to the laws in the state in which it was filed, that matter may...Read more »
Is a will still good after divorce? My mom remarried but ex step dad did not, thet were still friends having other kids together. The will leaves her pretty much everything is it still valid even though they divorced? My second ? In their divorce papers its stated that she is to be left the house... Read more »
Nevada law does nullify an ex spouse as a beneficiary in a will dated before the time of divorce. All other beneficiaries in the will do however remain valid. If, as you say, the house was explicitly mentioned in the divorce decree as being left to your mother, then this may stand regardless of the...Read more »
My wife and I got married more than a year ago after dating a little more than two years. We got tired of not being able to be together all the time since I'm Mexican and she is a US citizen. So, We got married because we loved each other and filed the necessary docs to the USCIS with the help... Read more »
I suggest discussing your situation with an experienced Immigration attorney regarding your green card application. As for the divorce, it appears you are on your wife’s timeline as to when the divorce will occur or become final. In Nevada, a spouse cannot delay or refuse a divorce if the other...Read more »
My husband has decided that he will only pay for the house payment and all of the other money is his. I only make enough money to cover medical insurance. He has paid all of the other bills for 25 years. He has decided that all of the money is his and too bad for me. Should I file separation and... Read more »
Since there are children involved, I would highly recommend seeking an experienced Family Law attorney to make sure your rights and interests are well represented. Once Child Custody and Child Support arrangements are ordered by the court, they can be difficult and expensive to modify. My position...Read more »
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