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Child Custody Decisions in Nevada

It is an unfortunate reality that more than 40% of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. Nevada is no different to anywhere else in the country as far as the incidence of divorce is concerned. Often the people who are most affected by a separation or divorce are the joint children of the couple going through the divorce. Sorting out the custody of a child or children can be fraught with emotion and it is important that decisions are finally made that put the.. [Read More…]

The Role of a Registered Agent in Nevada

If you own a business in Las Vegas or any other location in Nevada, but do not live within the state yourself, you are required to have a registered agent for your business. Even if you live in Nevada yourself it may be an advantage to you to appoint a registered agent. If this is something you have not considered, then read on below about the role of a registered agent in Nevada. The Role of a Registered Agent Not every state requires business entities to have.. [Read More…]

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Represent Yourself In A Divorce

Are you considering self-representation in your divorce case? Perhaps you and your spouse are on amicable terms and want to reduce costs. Or maybe you think it’s best to deal with one another directly to move things forward, since lawyers will just get in the way and potentially make matters more contentious than they already are. Whatever your rationale, representing yourself (or going “pro se”) in your divorce can be much more expensive than the fees you think you’re saving, and your decision can have irreversible.. [Read More…]

Most Common Business Legal Issues For Las Vegas Entrepreneurs

A recent report released by the US Public Interest Research Group Education Fund revealed that it is the small entrepreneurs and businesses that shoulder the cost of offshore tax havens used by large corporations like General Electric and Pfizer. This is just one of the difficult challenges faced by entrepreneurs because this cost amounts to an average of $5,128 a year in additional taxes that are put in place to make up for the loss of revenues from multinational tax avoidance. We at Pintar Albiston strive to develop.. [Read More…]

Marriage Annulment: What happens in Vegas can definitely stay in Vegas

You have recently been married and congratulations are in order. But what if you are having second thoughts about your partner and you can no longer see yourself growing old with them on your porch, sipping iced teas together? If you have decided that married life is not for you, an annulment may be the best course of action, depending on the actual reason for which you’re seeking an annulment. What is an Annulment? An annulment is a legal status that denotes that your marriage never.. [Read More…]