Divorce can be a very difficult and a very private matter. Nevada is a no-fault, community property state. In order to file for divorce in Nevada, at least 1 party has to be a resident of the State for at least 6 weeks.Divorces are very personal and private and every divorce is different. At Litt Law Firm, we are prepared for every circumstance accompanying your divorce. You will not go through the process alone. In a divorce proceeding there are spousal support issues, possible child custody issues, child support issues, asset divisions, and other personal issues. Nevada has many legal statutes and procedures dedicated to divorce and the family court. Your best protection is knowing your options and the choices you have. Being prepared and having an experienced attorney is your best option.
When life changes and it involves your family, you deserve a fair, reasonable, and cost-effective resolution.
Medical professionals and staff make mistakes and fail to follow proper procedures, causing individuals to suffer unnecessarily and sometimes to die.
Whether it is physical abuse, neglect, or any other form of harm, elderly abuse is illegal and should be immediately reported and stopped.
We understand how devastating it can be to be injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault or to be injured under circumstances that you didn’t cause.
There are many different types of criminal law matters ranging anywhere from DUIs to drug possessions to domestic violence.
Are you having issues with a landlord or are you a landlord having issues with a tenant? Let us help you handle these situations.
Do you have a traffic matter currently pending in Justice Court, City of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, or Henderson?
You may be eligible to have your criminal records sealed after dismissal of your case, an acquittal, and even after you have been convicted.
If you are taking the step to start your own company, getting the proper advice on how to form your corporation is essential.
Mediation is a process that assists disputing parties in developing and reaching a mutually acceptable outcome facilitated by a balanced and impartial 3rd party (the mediator).Learn More