Steps For Las Vegas Grandparents Who Are Being Refused Visitation
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by Kari Molnar
9M ago
This is the next article in my series on the rights of Las Vegas grandparents. My last post discussed the possibility of a grandparent gaining guardianship over their grandchild. It must be remembered that the Courts will only grant such a guardianship if neither of the youth’s parents are able to meet their basic needs. The guardianship must also be found to be in the best interests of the child. It is suggested that you retain an experienced attorney for any guardianship request as Judges do not take such matters lightly. In this article I will discuss steps available to grandparents who are ..read more
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Can Las Vegas Grandparents File For Guardianship Of Their Grandchildren
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by Kari Molnar
9M ago
This is the next post in my series on the various rights belonging to grandparents in Las Vegas, Nevada. My last article discussed whether a grandparent can gain custody of their grandchild. Nevada differs from some other states in that it allows grandparents to Petition for custody when it is not in the child’s best interests to be cared for by their parents. It must be remembered, however, that the Court’s first preference will always be to have the child in the custody of his or her parents. Retaining an attorney can be crucial to any request for custody. In this article I will discuss fili ..read more
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Can Las Vegas, Nevada Grandparents Get Custody Of Their Grandchildren?
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by Kari Molnar
9M ago
This is the next post in my series on what rights grandparents do and do not have in Las Vegas, Nevada. My last article provided an overview of topics which this series will be addressing. It also stressed the importance of speaking with an attorney as soon as possible if you are concerned about your grandchild’s current situation. The longer you allow the current situation to persist then the more likely the Court is to consider it the “status quo.” This can result in the Court being less willing to make a change. I will use this article to address the question of whether grandparents can gai ..read more
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What Rights Do Grandparents Have Or Not Have In Nevada?
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by Kari Molnar
9M ago
This is the first post in a series of articles which will address what rights grandparents enjoy in the state of Nevada. This series will also clarify which rights a grandparent does not have in regard to their grandchildren. I have previously discussed the rights of Nevada grandparents in regard to visitation. My upcoming articles will build upon that discussion by discussing several other common questions. The goal of my coming articles is to provide information which will help people to better understand their situation. It is also my goal to provide information which will assist with the s ..read more
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Handling Uncontested Las Vegas Divorces – Series Recap
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by Kari Molnar
11M ago
This article is being written to conclude and recap my series on the handling of uncontested divorces in Las Vegas, Nevada. I felt it necessary to write on this topic as many spouses are unsure of whether or not they can complete the uncontested process and what it entails. It was my goal, in writing this series, to provide information which will help people to better understand their given situation. It has also been my goal to provide information which will assist with the selection of a family law attorney. If you or a loved one are in need of assistance then contact my office today to spea ..read more
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Steps To Take After Completing A Las Vegas Uncontested Divorce
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by Kari Molnar
11M ago
This is the next post in my series on the issue of agreed upon divorces in Las Vegas, Nevada. My last article discussed how child custody is handled in an uncontested divorce. It is important for parents to understand that they must be in agreement on all issues in order to go through the uncontested process. If parents cannot agree on custody, visitation, and child support then they will need to go through the contested process instead. In this article I will be discussing steps which parents should take after completing the process. Retaining an attorney to assist you can be helpful in ensur ..read more
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Child Custody And Visitation In Uncontested Las Vegas Divorces
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by Kari Molnar
1y ago
This is the next post in my series on issues which arise in uncontested Las Vegas divorces. My last article discussed reaching an agreement on alimony. It is important for both spouses to be realistic in regard to reaching an agreement on spousal support. If the paying spouse fails to make their payments then they may be held in contempt of court. If the receiving spouse agrees to an inadequate amount, then they may not be able to support themselves. An experienced attorney can assist you in reaching an agreement that works for all parties. In this article I will discuss how child custody and ..read more
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Setting Alimony In A Las Vegas Uncontested Divorce
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by Kari Molnar
1y ago
This is the next post in my series on issues which must be resolved as part of an uncontested divorce in Las Vegas, Nevada. My last article discussed how community property is divided in such a case. It is important that all of your assets and debts be included in the case or else you may find yourself having to go back to Court. Retaining an attorney, as opposed to handling matters yourself, can help to ensure that your case is handled correctly. In this article I will discuss the setting of alimony in an agreed-upon marriage dissolution. If you are in need of assistance then contact my offic ..read more
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The Consequences Of Not Following Nevada Child Custody Orders – Series Recap
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by Kari Molnar
1y ago
This post is being written to conclude and recap my series on the consequences for failing to follow a child custody order in Las Vegas and other areas. I felt it was necessary to address this topic due to the fact that many make the mistake of thinking that co-parenting is a private issue between the two parties. The fact of the matter, however, is that failing to obey a custody order means that you are violating a mandate from a judge and this can have consequences. The goal of my recent articles has been to provide information which will help people to better understand their situation. It ..read more
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Defending Against Contempt Of Court In Las Vegas, Nevada Child Custody Cases
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by Kari Molnar
1y ago
This is the next post in my series on the potential consequences of not following Court orders in Las Vegas, Nevada child custody cases. My last article discussed conduct which can lead to a contempt of court finding. Many make the mistake of thinking that child-related issues are a “private matter” between two parents. Violating a custody arrangement, however, means that you are running afoul of mandates which have been dictated by a judge. This can result in jail time and financial penalties. If you have been accused of violating a court order it is, therefore, crucial that you speak with an ..read more
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