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Divorce

Are you going through a painful divorce? Do you feel all alone? Call Cutter Law Firm now to ensure that you have an attorney representing YOUR INTERESTS throughout the difficult divorce process. Cutter Law Firm will fight for your rights, fight for your children, and help you overcome each and every hurdle that a divorce presents. We handle the following:

  • Child Custody:There are two (2) types of child custody, namely legal and physical custody. Nevada law provides that the best interests of the child are paramount in any child custody decision. As children are the most important aspect in most divorces, you need to be sure that all of your child’s needs are carefully met and the Judge in your case is fully informed as to any facts that allow him/her to make the proper legal and physical custody determination that is in your child’s best interests.
  • Child Support:Child support in Nevada depends on the level of income of each parent as well as the physical custody agreement between the parents. Moreover, there are applicable presumptive maximums for child support amounts that vary based on income ranges. In addition to these purely statutory guidelines for child support, there are numerous additional factors that courts take into account in order to help determine the amount of child support that should be awarded, if any, including any offsets made for special expenses (ie: private school tuition, healthcare expenses, tutoring costs, extra-curricular activities, extraordinary costs, etc.). Child support is not “one size fits all” and our attorneys can help navigate you through the best solution for your family.
  • Alimony:Awards for alimony are based on a variety of factors including, the length of the marriage, the relative age, health and earning capacity of each spouse, and the relative financial condition of each party before and after the divorce proceedings have concluded. Alimony is awarded in some but not all divorce cases, depending on the circumstances.
  • Asset Division:Nevada is a community property state; thus, dividing assets amongst spouses is more than just splitting things into two. Instead, careful attention must be given to separate assets, community assets, separate assets that have been comingled with community assets, retirement accounts, 401Ks, pensions, tangible assets, intangible assets, business ventures, and foreign business ventures.
  • Hidden Assets:Divorce proceedings are notorious for triggering a mass hiding of all assets. Cutter Law Firm can and will employ forensic certified public accountants, private investigators and business evaluators in order to uncover hidden assets in cases that warrant additional investigation.
  • Paternity: Although an emotional subject for most parties, paternity testing is a routine matter in family court. In cases where there is no certainty with respect to paternity, Cutter Law Firm can ensure that court-ordered DNA testing is accomplished where appropriate.

Nadin Cutter, Esq. of Cutter Law Firm will look beyond mere mathematical calculations and find a solution for your divorce that best suits you and your family. Ms. Cutter worked for a family court judge and she will use this experience to better assist you in your divorce proceedings. A full legal analysis of the scope of your divorce is necessary before commencing any divorce proceeding so, call Cutter Law Firm right away to get started now.

Child Custody

Are you engaged in a difficult child custody battle? Do you feel lost with all of the legal rules that child custody brings with it? Call Cutter Law Firm now to ensure that you have an attorney representing YOUR INTERESTS throughout this difficult process. Cutter Law Firm will fight for your rights, fight for your children, and help you overcome each and every hurdle that a child custody litigation presents.

There are two (2) types of child custody, namely legal and physical custody.

  • Legal Custody:Legal custody involves “life” decisions such as, the residence of the child, educational facilities the child attends, religious choices, and major health-related issues.
  • Physical Custody: Physical custody is defined as where and with whom the child lives. Physical custody can be sole, primary, or joint, depending on the circumstances of your case.

“In Nevada, child custody decisions are based on the BEST INTERESTS of the child.”

Nevada law provides that the best interests of the child are paramount in any child custody decision. As children are the most important aspect in most divorces, you need to be sure that all of your child’s needs are carefully met and the Judge in your case is fully informed as to any facts that allow him/her to make the proper legal and physical custody determination that is in your child’s best interests.

  • Child Support:Child support in Nevada depends on the level of income of each parent as well as the physical custody agreement between the parents. Moreover, there are applicable presumptive maximums for child support amounts that vary based on income ranges. In addition to these purely statutory guidelines for child support, there are numerous additional factors that courts take into account in order to help determine the amount of child support that should be awarded, if any, including any offsets made for special expenses (ie: private school tuition, healthcare expenses, tutoring costs, extra-curricular activities, extraordinary costs, etc.). Child support is not “one size fits all” and our attorneys can help navigate you through the best solution for your family.
  • Paternity: Although an emotional subject for most parties, paternity testing is a routine matter in family court. In cases where there is no certainty with respect to paternity, Cutter Law Firm can ensure that court-ordered DNA testing is accomplished where appropriate.

Nadin Cutter, Esq. of Cutter Law Firm will look beyond mere mathematical calculations and find a solution for your child custody matter that best suits you and your family. Ms. Cutter worked for a family court judge and she will use this experience to better assist you in your child custody proceedings. A full legal analysis of the scope of your case is necessary before commencing any child custody proceeding so, call Cutter Law Firm right away to get started now.

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