Does divorce seem like a never-ending losing battle? Attorney Veronica Valentine works to ensure that her clients get all of the rights to which they are entitled. From custody arrangements to sufficient child support and alimony, clients can rest assured that they have an ally in Veronica Valentine. The Law Office of Veronica Valentine offers a comprehensive suite of services for clients seeking a divorce in Las Vegas.
An uncontested divorce is when two parties come to a mutual agreement as to how to dissolve their union, set a custody agreement, dissolve property, and divide debts. Even in this case, it is always best to seek legal counsel before making final arrangements. Take precautions to ensure child support payments meet requirements set by the state and ultimately that there is no misleading language in the fine print.
A contested divorce is when two parties cannot agree as to some or all aspects of dissolving their union, including division of property, custody arrangement and child support payments. It is imperative clients seek legal counsel early-on in a contested divorce to ensure that all rights can be obtained.
Because divorce is an emotional process, it is necessary to have a strong support system. Divorce mediation assists clients in coming to an agreement on division of belongings, custody issues as well as future child support payments and alimony. Allowing an attorney to handle the lengthy mediation process of a contested divorce can save time and much stress.
Nevada law provides that a spouse pay alimony if the other spouse was significantly dependent on the for income and support. However, alimony cannot be abused. Having an attorney will help you determine if your settlement may involve alimony.
Legal separation is a logical and often necessary step in divorce to prevent further financial or legal damage inflicted upon a spouse. Filing for legal separation may assist in protecting your assets during the divorce process.
Annulment is not the same thing as a divorce. A divorce ends a marriage. An annulment rewinds a marriage so that legally it never happened.
Child Custody and Support
Child custody and support is the most important factor in a divorce involving minor children. An attorney can negotiate on behalf of the client to ensure the childrens best interest is put first and adequate support is provided for their needs.
Prenuptial agreements are helpful in setting out a plan for distribution of assets and other arrangements prior to entering in the union. In some cases, prenuptial agreements can be overridden. Consulting an attorney in divorce cases involving a prenuptial agreement is essential to comprehend the impact it will have on a divorce.
Temporary Protective Orders
Temporary orders during the divorce process can be instrumental in protecting your children during a custody dispute. Securing a temporary order for custody is a process that one should not enter into without an attorney.
In the event one party contests the proposed divorce settlement or the divorce itself, a protective order may be necessary if violence is suspected. A spouse should not delay in seeking protection for themselves or their children if they feel that a protective order may be necessary. Consulting an attorney is the quickest way to understand this process.
Veronica Valentine walks with her clients every step of the way, from the initial meeting to discuss filling to the time that proceedings conclude. Divorce is a time-consuming, emotional process and it is imperative clients have competent legal counsel that can produce a desirable settlement as quickly as possible. The implications of divorce last a lifetime. The Law Offices of Veronica Valentine will make your Las Vegas divorce their number one priority.
Attorney Veronica Valentine has over 30 years of experience in the following areas of domestic law:
- Legal separation
- Annulment of marriage
- Custody of children
- Child abductions
- Child support
- Spousal support and alimony
- Guardianship of children
- Guardianship of adults
- Termination of parental rights
- Paternity actions
- Prenuptial agreement
- Restraining orders
- Domestic violence
- Inter-spousal torts
- Division of community Property
- High net worth property division and protection
- Protection of separate property
- Joint Petition for divorce
- Division of pensions and retirement benefits.
You will receive individual attention. All your questions will be answered and you will understand every step in the case.
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