Practice Areas

Family Law


Working with a competent attorney during an adoption is a must. While this is an exciting time for your family, you will be faced with more scrutiny than you ever thought possible.


Guardianship is a process by which a non-parent takes over the physical care and custody of a minor child in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Prenuptial Agreements

Before marriage, individuals often have business interests, significant assets and even significant student loans.

Child Support

Nevada courts will take several factors into consideration when making a determination about child support. However, in most cases, support is determined based upon set guidelines.

Child Custody

One of the more challenging aspects of any divorce is child custody. Both parents want what is best for their children and oftentimes this means they cannot agree.

Military Family Law

Divorces and custody disputes are very complicated and when one party is a service member, there are even more complex issues to deal with.

Uncontested Divorce

Under Nevada law, it is possible for couples to file a joint divorce petition. However, each case requires individuals to seek assistance to draft paperwork and provide legal advice.

Contested Divorce

Divorces are difficult on everyone and when the parties cannot come to an agreement on child custody, division of assets and debts, child support, spousal support or other issues.

Criminal Defense


Assault and other violent crimes like battery and assault with a deadly weapon are serious offenses, which may result in felony charges.

Bad Checks

When you are accused of writing bad checks in Nevada, you could be looking at a number of different felony charges, including grand larceny, burglary or forgery.

Battery Domestic Violence (BDV)

A battery domestic violence charge puts you in a tough spot when it comes to Nevada courts.

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)

Plenty of people face DUI charges in Clark County – whether they are driving home after a party, leaving a sports event or on their way back from the bar.

Drug Possession/Sales

The state of Nevada is committed to punishing drug offenders to the fullest extent of the law – whether it makes sense to do so or not.


A felony conviction can be enough to ruin a person’s life. Depending on the severity of the crime, you may be looking at substantial fines and long-term imprisonment.


A fraud conviction is something that can negatively affect your future and your career for a long time.


Although people commonly think of misdemeanors as minor crimes, the reality of a misdemeanor conviction is no laughing matter.


In most cases, the severity of the charges and penalties you will face in a theft crime will be based on the value of what was stolen.

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