KEEP IT SAFE: ASSET PROTECTION DO’S AND DON’TS

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Nevada is perhaps the best state in America at devising ways to separate you from your hard-earned dough. As Jack Yelton observed, “There is a very easy way to return from a casino with a small fortune: go there with a large one.” Luckily, however, … [Read more...]

The Basics of Bankruptcy

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In my last article I wrote about creditor priorities and how the order in which creditors are paid can and should inform your decision to pay debts when there isn’t enough cash to pay them all. Knowing creditor preference can be useful in negotiating … [Read more...]

AM I RESPONSIBLE FOR MY SPOUSE’S DEBTS?

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From time to time our firm assists individuals chart the difficult course of divorce proceedings. One of the statements I often hear from the spouse I am representing is that the other spouse has a credit cards, it’s in his or her own name, and my … [Read more...]

Adoption: The Happy Legal Work

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If you have walked the halls of a courthouse, you’ve probably noticed people aren’t happy to be there. But, every once in a while, you might notice a smiling couple holding a baby. They stand out among the other frazzled court-goers. When I see these … [Read more...]

Calling all Homesteaders

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  Unfortunately, no one is offering fifty acres and a mule to homesteaders any more, but the State of Nevada does offer an extremely generous homestead exemption to homeowners, which means that should you ever be in the unfortunate situation … [Read more...]