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Why Divorce Lawyers Want To Enter Collaborative Practice

Collaborative Practice For A Divorce Attorney In Reno Why Do Divorce Litigation Lawyers Want to Enter Collaborative Practice? I have watched my clients struggle with the traditional litigation model that we have in place for divorce in Nevada.  It is a flawed system – but it is what we have.  Certainly, litigation has its place. 

When A Teenager Can Determine Their Own Visitation Schedule

What Do I Do If My Teenager Refuses To Go To The Other Parent’s Home As Required By A Divorce Decree? Many parents face issues with their children voicing that they do not want to go to the other parent’s home when the parties have divorced and agreed to a custody schedule.  There is really

When Children Live In Two Homes: Parenting Differences Matter

One of the most difficult hurdles divorcing parents must overcome is adapting their children to their different parenting styles following divorce. Not only will the children be living n at least one new home as a result of the divorce, but the rules in each of those homes can be dramatically different. These parenting difference

10 Important Things You Must Do After Your Divorce

Now that your divorce in Nevada is complete, there are just a few things that still need to be taken care of. You have your decree of divorce and you are set to start a new life. What do you need to do to protect yourself? Let Nevada Collaborative be your guide through your Reno

Benefits To Children In A Collaborative Divorce

The children in a couple’s divorce can become the unintended victims of suffering, having the least ability and experience to cope with personal and emotional distress. However, there is a healthier and more effective process that separating parents can use to divorce, where they are always in charge of their own mutually agreed upon resolution.

How to Divorce and Stay Out of Court

How to Divorce and Stay Out of Court One of the key features of a Collaborative Divorce is the parties agree, up front, to a process where they will work things out and not resort to filing a divorce case against each other.  A local group called Nevada Collaborative Divorce Professionals (“NCDP”) helps people learn

How are Taxes Handled During a Divorce?

There are many factors that determine how you will file your taxes in the final year of marriage and after you are divorced. Depending on whether you are divorced by 11:59 p.m. on December 31st or not will determine whether you can file married filing joint, married filing separate, single, or head of household. The IRS

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