More Than Mean Words: Defamation in Nevada

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“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” No doubt everyone has had the unpleasant experience of being called names, most likely on the play ground or playing fields of our school days. While many people may not know it, … [Read more...]

Child Custody and Support Continued

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Two weeks ago, I spent some time discussing child support following divorce or separation as well as the proper means of calculating child support. Today I want to go into more detail regarding child support as a component of divorce (or … [Read more...]

FORMAL PROBATE: A BASIC ROAD MAP The Legal Lowdown

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Note: This article was originally published by Bo Bingham, the current managing partner for Bingham Snow & Caldwell’s Mesquite office. We decided to re-publish it as a “classic” with updates due to the many inquiries we receive regarding the … [Read more...]

Curiouser and Curiouser

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by Savannah Price MLN Intern Times have changed at Virgin Valley, and it’s not just because there’s a new TARDIS around. A new play has rolled around at the Virgin Valley Theater of Technical Arts at the high school, and this … [Read more...]

Alimony, Child Support, and What they Mean for Divorcing Parties

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From time to time individuals will decide they need to divorce. Although it’s never a happy occasion, knowing as much as possible about the laws governing divorce can make a difficult process as easy as possible. Once question most divorce clients … [Read more...]

Limiting the Damages: Collections and Exempt Assets in Nevada

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I’ve written previously about what a person can do to collect when they’ve obtained a judgment against a person; today I’ll discuss the other side of the coin (no pun intended); namely, what you can do when someone obtains a judgment against you. … [Read more...]

Rules of the Road: Everything You’ve Always Wondered But Been Too Afraid To Ask

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Driving a car is as American as apple pie (or perhaps even more so since the apple pie is a Dutch dessert and everyone knows all great cars are invented and made in the United States!). It is no surprise then that the most criminal thing most of us … [Read more...]

Water, Water everywhere

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“Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink!” Although this line refers to the experience of being lost at sea, when we get a thunderstorm in the Virgin Valley it could also be used to refer to rain water run-off which can be significant. … [Read more...]

Birthday Adventure: A Ghost Town, the Colorado River, and Canyons

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My wife Deb and I love to explore canyons. Fortunately, we live in southwest Utah where you can hardly spit without hitting one. Occasionally we venture from home territory to investigate Nevada’s canyons. While canyons in the Silver State are not … [Read more...]

Guardian Nominations and Why You Should Do One

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Guardianships are legal relationships created by courts when an individual is incapable of providing for his or her own needs, whether physical, mental, or legal. Such situations arise when a person becomes mentally incapacitated through a condition … [Read more...]