Warnock Family Law BLOG
February 26, 2024
Divorce and child custody are not just personal matters; they are also legal ones, especially when it comes to the well-being of children. In Nevada, as in many states, child support plays a crucial role in divorce proceedings. At Warnock Family Law, we frequently assist clients in understanding how child support is calculated in Nevada.… Read More »How Child Support is Calculated in Nevada
February 12, 2024
In the realm of family law, one of the most emotionally charged and complex issues is child custody. A common question posed by parents facing divorce or separation is: “Is gaining sole custody of my children difficult?” There are factors unique to each situation that impact the answer to this question. Keep reading for an… Read More »Is Gaining Sole Custody of Your Children Difficult?
January 29, 2024
Divorce and child custody are two of the most emotionally charged and legally complex issues a person can face. At Warnock Family Law, we understand the challenges and uncertainties that come with these life-changing events. One of the questions that comes up frequently is, “How much child support should I expect to pay after a… Read More »How Much Child Support Should I Expect to Pay After a Divorce?
January 15, 2024
Navigating a child custody case is often one of the most challenging aspects of a divorce or separation. In Las Vegas, where numerous lawyers offer their services, selecting the right attorney for your child custody battle can be overwhelming. This information below is designed to guide you through the process of choosing a child custody… Read More »How to Choose a Child Custody Lawyer in Las Vegas
January 1, 2024
One of the most common misconceptions in family law is the belief that mothers inherently have more rights to child custody than fathers. This misconception can be cleared up by gaining a clear understanding of how child custody is determined in Las Vegas. Getting informed about the laws surrounding child custody rights in Nevada is… Read More »Do Mothers Have More Rights to Child Custody Than Fathers?