How Is Property Divided in Divorce in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas Divorce Lawyers Answer Common Questions

Gordon Law Offices strives to provide answers to anyone who is uncertain about divorce, or who needs information when looking to end their marriage. One of the most common questions about divorce is "Who gets the _____?" You can fill in the blank with "house," "car," and of course "money." We can help you understand how your property could be divided in your divorce.

Nevada is a community property divorce state. This means that all of the property that you and your spouse accumulated during your marriage should be equally divided between the two of you at trial. You could divide your property yourself in an uncontested divorce case; however, if your case is contested, a divorce judge will make the final decisions.

Just because the law says that community property is to be equally divided does not mean that it will be. Judges often award more than half of the property to one party if they have a strong argument to prove that they have been wronged in some way or that they deserve to receive more because of special circumstances. Gordon Law Offices can provide a Las Vegas divorce lawyer who is skilled in the courtroom and can fight to ensure that you receive the amount of property that you deserve.

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Speak with one of our lawyers right away if you are getting a divorce. Gordon Law Offices is led by a father-son attorney team that is focused on family. We strive to provide compassionate counsel together with aggressive legal representation. Speak with us today to learn how we can fight for fair property division in your divorce. Contact us at (702) 529-1947 for a free initial consultation!

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