Lowest Price Lawyers offers legal services in the area of family law including, but not limited to, child custody, child support, divorce, and more. We will represent and fight for your interest in a divorce proceeding and fight for your children as if we are fighting for our own.
Child custody is one of the most complicated parts of divorce proceedings. In Nevada, child custody will determine who the child lives with, who can make decisions for that child, and more. There is no typical outcome with child custody proceedings, as each family and each case have their own unique needs. As such, you need to have a lawyer that understands your family situation in order to get the best outcome for you and your child.
Child support can be an ongoing process. Even after establishing child support, you may need the court’s help in enforcing it or modifying it as time goes on. Lowest Price Lawyers can help. Whether you are paying or collecting, we can provide the knowledge and support you need to have a child support arrangement that works best for all parties involved.
Many parents involved in a child support case often wonder how much they may be paying or receiving. In Nevada, this number is based on the gross income of the non-custodial parent (the parent making the payments) and the number of children involved, as follows:
· One child = 18% of gross monthly income
· Two children = 25% of gross monthly income
· Three children = 29% of gross monthly income
· Four children = 30% of gross monthly income
A divorce has wide-ranging consequences that can affect your living situation, your children, your assets, and more. To get the best outcome with the least amount of drama, you need a lawyer you can trust. The divorce attorneys at Lowest Price Lawyers will work hard to provide you with the support you need to rebuild your life.
There are two main types of divorce: uncontested and contested. An uncontested divorce is where the parties agree to terms in all areas including, but not limited to, custody, asset division, alimony, debt distribution etc. On the other hand, if the parties do not agree, then you have a contested divorce. This occurs when the parties are in disagreement about essential terms such as custody, alimony, asset division, etc.
Nevada is a community property state. This means that any income, property, money, or other assets attained after marriage are considered community property and each spouse has a 50% interest in the asset. Any assets that were acquired before the date of marriage is considered separate property and are not mingled with community property.
At Lowest Price Lawyers, we will represent you and your children every step of the way. Give us a call at 702-434-4424 to learn more about our family law services.
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