Many people, not just lawyers, use these terms to describe a court case. For example, “this is an uncontested divorce case” or “we’re in the middle of a contested custody case.” The terms are so common that it can be easy to gloss over them or even to misunderstand them. But it can be important to keep these terms straight when you are consulting with (or thinking about hiring) a lawyer to help you.
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As a part of a Nevada divorce case, a Nevada court may award alimony to either the wife or the husband. Nevada law gives the judge discretion to decide how much alimony to award and even whether to award any alimony at all.
There are several key factors for the member/owner of a Nevada LLC to consider to operate it properly; that is to say, to operate it so that the corporate shield remains strong and always protects the member/owner from personal liability for claims against the LLC.
Flowing from the legal idea that there are two different kinds of "person" are the legal ideas that natural persons can own all kinds of stuff, including artificial persons, and artificial persons can own all kinds of stuff, including other artificial persons. As examples, a woman can own a house, a sculpture, and Dry Cleaners R Us, LLC; so too can Dry Cleaners R Us own a computer, 1 acre of land, dry cleaning equipment, and Little Petals Flower Shop, Inc.
When operated correctly, a Nevada limited liability company provides a "corporate shield," also called a "corporate veil," to protect its members (owners) from personal liability under most circumstances.
Many people are familiar with what a corporation is and basically how it works. To better understand the basic concepts of an LLC, compare the ownership of an LLC to the ownership of a corporation.
In the State of Nevada, "LLC" is the common abbreviation used for a type of business entity known as a "L"imited "L"iability "C"ompany.
Ordinarily the minimum amount of child support per child per month in Nevada is $100; the maximum amount per child per month is capped depending upon the income level of the paying party.
Did you know that you need to live in Nevada for just six weeks before you can file for divorce? There are specific requirements, like you really have to intend to permanently live here, but this is by far one of the shortest residency requirements in the country.