Nevada laws on alimony are very subjective. That is, in evaluating alimony, the courts look at each case differently. The courts have discretion on whether or not to award spousal support. When they do, they also have the power to determine the amount and duration. Judges may take into account a range of factors when making their decisions, including the age of the parties, length of the marriage, job history, education and ability to earn an income.

Whether you are petitioning to receive alimony or are fighting against paying it, there are smart choices you can make when presenting your arguments. In order to best represent your position, however, it is vital to retain a qualified family law attorney.


Spousal Support For Divorces In Summerlin, Las Vegas And Southern Nevada

At Naimi & Cerceo Law Group, we help educate our clients on all options regarding spousal support. Our lawyers understand how to assess alimony in relation to all relevant issues such as property division and taxable income. We find creative solutions that help protect our clients’ financial well-being.

Types of alimony that may affect your case include:

  • Temporary alimony: Spousal support received while the divorce case is pending.
  • Permanent alimony: Spousal support post-divorce. Not necessarily for life.
  • Rehabilitative alimony: For use in obtaining a college education or specialized training in order to be able to support oneself.

Each case is different, and current lifestyles can often influence an alimony award. Having addressed countless alimony matters in the past, our lawyers understand what type of evidence is necessary to best support petitions for alimony and petitions against it. While we handle many straightforward alimony matters, we are also well-known for addressing complex cases such as those involving hidden assets, stock options, business owners and more.

Contact Naimi & Cerceo Law Group

Whether you are in a position to receive or pay alimony, our legal team can help position you for financial security after your divorce. We have established relationships with financial professionals throughout the state and can put you in touch with a financial planner, estate planning attorney and an accountant. Contact our Las Vegas alimony lawyers at
(702)-901-4800 to learn more.