Divorcing Later in Life: How “Gray Divorce” is Different

One of the biggest trends in Las Vegas divorce is an increase in the number of couples divorcing later in life. The trend has been nicknamed “gray divorce.” While many older divorcing couples are elated to enjoy newfound freedom, it is important to give serious consideration to special factors that come into play when you…

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Surviving Divorce as a Stay at Home Parent

The daily lives of stay-at-home parents revolve around family. Whether preparing meals or handling domestic tasks, stay-at-home parents have significant responsibilities. Staying afloat is already a challenge, and divorce further complicates a family’s stability.  The experienced family law attorneys at Naimi & Cerceo hope to provide some insight that could demystify the complicated divorce process.…

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Marital Debts and Divorce in Nevada

Many states specify that marital property and debt should be distributed “equitably” in divorce, but the state of Nevada is different. Nevada is a community property state, which means that marital assets and debt must be split 50/50. For the most part, all property and debt accrued during the marriage are considered marital community property,…

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Who Can Claim a Child as Dependent on Taxes After Divorce?

Divorce is a stressful and tumultuous time that uproots parents and children from their regular routines. While parents make great efforts to maintain as much normalcy as possible in the face of adversity and change, they need to prepare for many new challenges, particularly in the area of finances. At tax time, one of the…

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What You Need to Know About Handling a Qualified Retirement Plan in Nevada Divorce

For many couples, the most valuable assets they hold are wrapped up in one or more retirement accounts. When these couples divorce, they face significant legal and financial challenges to appropriately value and divide these retirement assets. Working with an experienced attorney who understands the complex requirements associated with qualified retirement plans and similar assets…

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When Can You Modify Child Support in Nevada?

Child support can cause a lot of conflict and resentment among parents. Although parents who have their child’s best interests at heart may hide their distress, it is very common for parents receiving support to feel like the amount is inadequate and parents paying support to feel like they are being bled dry. Given the…

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