How Clark County Family Courts Divide Home Equity In A Divorce When One Spouse Owned The Home Before Marriage

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Divorce | 0 comments

Small houseThis is my next post on how Nevada divorce laws deal with the division of home equity. My last discussion dealt with what happens to home equity during a divorce when the home was bought during the marriage. In this article I will deal with another common situation, how the Court divides equity in a home when one spouse owned the residence before the marriage.

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How the Clark County Family Court Handles Nevada Divorces When the Parties Are Upside Down On Their Mortgage

Posted by on Sep 5, 2014 in Divorce | 0 comments

Three houses upside down. This is the second post in my series on how the increase in Las Vegas housing prices impact divorce in our city. My last discussion served as an overview of the types of issues Las Vegas homeowners face when going through a divorce. In this article I will be addressing what is a common situation – how the Clark County Family Court will proceed in matters when there is negative equity in the home.

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How The Increase in Las Vegas Housing Prices Impacts a Divorce

Posted by on Sep 4, 2014 in Divorce | 0 comments

House with stack of money.This is the first of my posts in a series on how the increase in Las Vegas housing prices impacts a divorce. Given that home prices in our city have increased dramatically over the last few years, I decided that a group of articles on the topic would be helpful to southern Nevada residents. If you are a Las Vegas resident going through a divorce, and you own a home, then you have an issue that needs to be dealt with as part of your case.

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