Free Report: What is a Guaranteed Maximum Price Construction Contracts in Nevada?

When a builder and owner enter into a fixed price contract, they agree upon a set price to complete a specified project. The owner of the property pays the price that is outlined in the contract, regardless of what occurs during the building process, unless the owner alters the specifications or scope of the project. Topics covered in this report include: Understanding a Guaranteed Maximum Price Construction Contract Structuring a Guaranteed Maximum Price Contract Click here to read the whole article or download the PDF.

How Does a Judge Decide Custody Issues in Nevada?

If parents are divorcing, a decision must be made on child custody. Any two people who have a child together but who do not live in the same household will also need to create a custody agreement or parenting plan. It is always preferred for two parents to work together and make decisions on custody issues in Nevada. However, when no agreement can be reached, a family court judge can preside over a custody hearing. The judge will consider arguments from both parents and evidence from.. [Read More…]

How Does the Las Vegas Divorce Process Work?

The process of ending a marriage can be stressful, so it is important for you to plan ahead and know what to expect. An experienced Las Vegas, Nevada divorce lawyer at Pintar Albiston LLP can assist with the process of filing court paperwork and taking the necessary steps to end your marriage. The steps involved in the Las Vegas divorce process will vary depending upon whether you and your spouse are in agreement on the issues in the divorce or not.  Filing a joint petition for.. [Read More…]

How Long Will a Divorce Take in Nevada?

How Long Will a Divorce Take in Nevada? from Becky Pintar   To get a divorce in Nevada, one of the two spouses must have been a state resident for at least six weeks prior for filing. Learn more about divorce in Nevada in this presentation.

Advantages of a Durable Power of Attorney for Property

A power of attorney allows you to establish someone to act as your agent. Your agent has a fiduciary responsibility to you, which means the agent is required to act on your behalf only in your best interests. The agent can sign contracts and other legal documents, access bank accounts and other assets, and make decisions on your behalf. A power of attorney can be limited and last for only a set period of time, or it can last until you become sick or incapacitated. If you.. [Read More…]