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 »
I have an appt with the DMV on 4/27/2021. The tow yard will not release the vehicle without a moving permit. The DMV will not issue a temp moving permit without insurance, smog cert...etc. I can’t get a smog without the vehicle, can’t get the vehicle without a moving permit and can’t get a... Read more »
see if you can get an earlier DMV appointment--if you can't call your state rep and state senator immediately. Do you have insurance? that's a start. If not, get it. Who had the tow truck tow it? The tow company is responsible--file a complaint with whoever licenses them. Towing is...Read more »
The law in most states only requires that they give you A rental vehicle. You lost a Lamorghini--they can get you a toyota corolla. The only time I've gotten exceptions are where the vehicle was particular to that person's business or health-- a vehicle that could accomodate a wheelchair,...Read more »
On January 16 I brought to her attention that she was breaking the Stipulation and Order filed with the court. At this time she directed me to only contact her attorney which I did. I filed the motion to reconsider and a motion to show cause of contempt of court for many reasons. These documents... Read more »
In my experience, this extension is very commonly offered as a courtesy by either opposing attorneys or by the court. You do have the option to object, however, in my opinion it may not serve you well in the long run if you do return to court.
I have full custody of my son. My ex quit her job, moved out of town and refuses to look for work. I lost my job in September and filed a motion to modify. The judge said that she would have to pay child support but continued the hearing until a parenting agreement was done. My case was then... Read more »
I would suggest you enlist the assistance of an experienced Family Law attorney to review the judge’s ruling as to why Child Support was denied. Generally speaking, being unemployed does not disqualify a non-custodial parent from their child support obligations, but there may have been other...Read more »
I always advise my clients to adhere to the court order as closely as possible to avoid punishment due to court order violations. Additionally, I always encourage my clients to communicate openly with the other party and to discuss matters such as these amicably, before resorting to court...Read more »
His assets are a house worth near $300,000 and a car that are solely in his name. However, his sister is in possession of and claims he bought for her. Is my husband entitled to half of these assets? Will this have to be settled in probate court? Is there any instance she would be awarded... Read more »
You need to hire a Nevada probate attorney to help you probate your father’s estate according to his will. It sounds like that process hasn’t even begun. If it has begun, then you need to hire a probate attorney to protect your rights.
Typically a vehicle has to have at least one working mirror under the Transportation code.
Sec. 547.602. MIRRORS REQUIRED. A motor vehicle, including a motor vehicle used to tow another vehicle, shall be equipped with a mirror located to reflect to the operator a view of the highway for...Read more »
You would benefit from speaking with an attorney about Will substitutes that avoid probate. There are a few options you may want to consider. Also if you decide a Will is right for you, there are a number of benefits of having an attorney prepare it, including have powers of attorney and a living...Read more »
Hello, my dad has withheld all food other than peanut butter and oatmeal for over 2 weeks now. He also previously took off the shower knobs and turned off the water. Today he came into my room while I was at work and took over $3,000 worth of my belongings. Is he allowed to do all of these things... Read more »
It would depend if the child is a minor, or if they are of legal age and therefore no longer the father’s responsibility, legally speaking. If the child is a minor, then the father is legally responsible for creating a safe environment for his children, this includes providing basic essentials...Read more »
He has been gone for 7 months without contact or providing support. I have them, want to keep them. But what route do I go in order to do so? Can I file for guardianship while they're in my home? Or do I need to call cps and have them go into the system first in order for it to be on Record... Read more »
You may petition the court for guardianship, however you will have the burden of proving that being the guardian for the children, over their biological father, is in the children’s best interest. In doing so, it would serve your case to include evidence of his abandonment.
The child is 7 years old. I am listed as the father on the birth certificate. We are divorced. During the divorce she was given full custody as the dna test came back, I was not the paternal father. She died out of the country and I am trying to get the child back to the U.S. The actual paternal... Read more »
If the mother had full custody of the child prior to her death, the child will likely be taken into state custody until arrangements have been made for a family member or guardian to care for the child. If not predetermined by the mother’s will, that process may include a hearing to determine...Read more »
Do you have a court order appointing you executor and Letters testamentary? If so, present those two court filed pleadings and the bank should allow you to open the estate account, not trust. If not, you may need to open a probate estate through the courts. I encourage you to speak with a Nevada...Read more »
I have a question about gaining permission to relocate. I’m a single father with primary custody, married almost 10 years, divorced in June 2019, Divorced with 50/50 physical and legal custody of D7 and S10, July 2019 had to file an emergency motion to take primary custody of the children... Read more »
Moving out of state without the other parent’s permission can be difficult, but it is not impossible. You will need to petition the court to have the judge decide whether moving the children away from their mother to be closer to your family is in the children’s best interest. You will need to...Read more »
If you have had a long standing visitation arrangement as well as a positive relationship with your grandchildren, and have evidence that it is in the child’s best interest that they remain in your care, then you may have a case to motion for joint custody. The right to child custody is only...Read more »
My mother passed away in 2007. My grandfather recently passed away and my brother and I were told by our aunt and uncle that we were removed from his will because our mother died however his home went into probate. She has been trying so hard to get my brother and I to sign waivers and we are not... Read more »
This question cannot be answered without more information. Do yourself a huge favor and schedule a consultation with a probate attorney in the vicinity of where the probate is taking place. Do not delay. There are important deadlines that you do not want to miss.
I started 11/2019 and got converted 06/2020 i was always a full time employee with no breaks. They changed my hire date to the day i was converted and will not change it back to the actual day i was hired. This has affected many things looking at a new apartment after my divorce when they asked for... Read more »
Were you employed with a staffing agency and placed at Amazon prior to June 2020? If so, then you were likely not an employee of Amazon until June 2020. The date you became an employee of Amazon (not the date you were placed to work in Amazon's facility) would be the relevant date for...Read more »
No, it is not illegal, but it may not be a good idea. There a lot of issues to consider: insurance, damage, possible eviction of tenant; probate completing before the end of the lease, difficult to sell if necessary, possibly needing court approval to allow a tenant; objection by beneficiaries,...Read more »
Pursuant to Nevada law, since the Will predates the marriage, she is entitled to receive all community property AND 1/2 or or 1/3 of the separate property, depending upon how many children he has. This is opinion is solely based upon the facts presented in the inquiry. Additional facts may be...Read more »
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