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Being Separated During Quarantine: How to Navigate

From a legal viewpoint, separation is often a grey area. Currently, there is a nation-wide stay-at-home recommendation, lasting through the end of the month, at least. Given these quarantine orders, the President of the United States has approved a stimulus relief bill, in which qualifying Americans will receive an individual check of $1200, and couples will receive a check for $2400. Separation, therefore, is a new legal grey area, and navigating it may seem overwhelming. Thankfully, Pintar Albiston offers specialized separation services and will be able.. [Read More…]

Keeping Child Custody Agreements While in Quarantine

Custody agreements are always challenging. They’re even more challenging when there are quarantine and stay-at-home orders in place. What happens to a child custody agreement while in quarantine? The Las Vegas child custody attorneys at Pintar Albiston explain.   Child Custody Agreements During Quarantine The general rule is that you should continue to follow your custody order during the quarantine. If the order calls for child exchange every other week, you need to keep following the order. Despite public health dangers, while there is a valid.. [Read More…]

How a Mechanic’s Lien Can Ensure Payment

Are you in the process of demanding payment for a construction job? If the money you are owed is not forthcoming, you may need to take certain legal steps. One of them may be to file a mechanic’s lien. To do so, you will need the expert legal aid of a firm of top Las Vegas personal injury attorneys.   How Can Filing a Mechanic’s Lien Help You?   Filing a mechanic’s lien may be the most effective method you can use to get the money.. [Read More…]

Can a Lawyer Help Divorce Proceedings Go Faster?

A divorce, in most cases, can be a very unhappy time in a person’s life. Unfortunately, there can be a lot of bitterness and acrimony, especially if children are involved.   If you are separated and seeking a divorce, you should always seek out the advice of an experienced attorney to help you better understand your rights. Never go to divorce court without an attorney at your side. Only a seasoned divorce attorney can help you navigate the system and receive fair and equitable treatment.  .. [Read More…]

Types of Guardianship in Nevada

Protecting minors is one of the most important obligations of the state. In Nevada, a person can be given guardianship over a child if the latter’s parents have deceased, have abdicated, or have been deemed unfit for parenting. There are also instances in which parents have agreed to have a close friend or family member assume guardianship over their children. No matter the circumstances that leads one to it, guardianship comes with serious responsibilities. Your first obligation is to ensure that your guardianship is legal. Vegas.. [Read More…]