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    • Co-parenting doesn't come naturally

      When you got married, you didn’t plan to get divorced. When you had children with your then-spouse, you didn’t plan on raising them in two separate households. Unfortunately, it happened and here you ...

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    • Think Like A Business Woman During Your Divorce

      When you’re going through a divorce, you know that the entire process is filled with emotions. So when someone tells you to try remove the emotions from the decisions, it might sound impossible. How ...

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    • What is in the best interest of my children in a divorce?

      When couples consider divorce, one question that tends to pop up is, "Would a divorce be in the best interest of our children?" Often, the answer is yes , especially compared with the alternative of ...

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    • Support essential for parents in custody dispute with lying ex

      Emotions run strong when parents in Nevada endure false accusations from their former partners that could influence their access to children. Reaching out to therapists, law enforcement or religious ...

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    • Issues may arise for seniors going through divorce

      Over the past 20 years, overall divorce rates have decreased in the United State. At the same time, however, the rate of divorce for spouses older than 50 has continually increased. Nevada residents ...

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    • Divorce, Older Couples and Finances

      The Pew Research Center reports that the divorce rate for adults who are 50 years of age or older is twice what it was 25 years ago. Before going through with a separation, older couples in Nevada ...

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    • Financial repercussions of divorce can continue after settlement

      Financial issues can be some of the most challenging aspects of a divorce for Nevada couples. In addition, they can have significant long-term consequences that last far beyond the emotional and ...

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    • Staying civil during divorce

      While there are many couples in Nevada who divorce amicably, some divorces are tainted by bad feelings. These feelings may be the result of poor behavior by one or both spouses. In such cases, spouses ...

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    • Guardianship of an adult in Nevada

      When age or illness affects a loved one's physical and mental abilities, guardianship may offer the best way for you to help with finances, health care and any other needs. Nevada law provides for ...

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    • Approaching your loved one about a guardianship

      When it comes to aging loved ones, it can be difficult to come to terms with their decreasing capabilities. They might need more help with daily tasks, or perhaps they suffered an injury such as a ...

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    • Learning about different types of guardians

      When a Nevada resident becomes incapable of making his or her own decisions, a guardian can be appointed. A guardian may be considered either a testamentary guardian or a temporary guardian. A ...

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    • Tech industry divorces can come with start-up pain

      For people in the tech industry and various other high-profile careers in Nevada, divorce can bring with it its own set of challenges on both personal and practical levels. While disentangling the ...

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    • Properly dividing art work in a divorce

      When an individual owns a piece of art or an entire art collection, it may be difficult to determine how to divide that asset in a divorce. Even if a couple has a prenuptial agreement, the agreement ...

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    • Divorce and bitcoins

      Nevada couples who are getting a divorce may need to split their assets. This could become complicated if one of them has a bitcoin account. Although in the past bitcoin has been little known and of ...

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