Nevada is a no-fault divorce state. No-fault indicates that when the court is making its decision on the divorce it does not assess blame for the divorce on any party involved and therefore there is no punishment for either party desiring to terminate the marriage. No-fault also indicates that you don’t have to have specific grounds for getting the divorce. One party needs to simply allege that there is a breakdown in the marriage and that it is irretrievably broken with no prospect of repair.
We understand however that there is a party that has fallen short of the marital vows and has breached the marital agreement and we will use those factors the best interest of our clients. We analyze the situation to ensure that our client receives the best settlement from the marriage possible. Our Attorneys will look at the financial dealings of a spouse and ensure that they are up to par and level and where they are not this will be brought to the attention of the court for determination and betterment of our clients position. It is our goal to make the divorce process as simple painless and quick as is possible under the confinements of requirements of the court.
If you find yourself in a situation where the marital vows have been broken and desire to consult about a divorce we urge you to contact us at your earliest convenience. Our skilled and compassionate animal attorneys will be happy to analyze your situation and determine the best means for achieving the best results on your behalf. We hope that you will join a long list of satisfied and repeat clients that visit our offices.
We wish you all the best for this upcoming 2014 year hope that as each day passes you find many blessings each day. There are inevitably tough times that face all of us when we lose loved ones. That process can be daunting depending on whether there was a will or trust in place or if there was no will or trust at all.
If a person dies without a will or trust their turned to have died intestate. where the person has a will they are deemed to have died testate meaning they have a valid “Last Will and Testament.” The probate process involves the courts determining of the legal ownership of property along with the assignment and supervision of the duties of execution of the executor and his work. Where there is no valid will, the Court will execute probate according to the individual states law. Having a valid last will and testament does not enable you to escape the probate process. This is where our attorney’s involvement is the most valuable to the estate.
Here at the law firm of Piet & Wright we are prepared to help you with any probate, wills, or trust needs you may have. The probate process can be daunting and confusing and we are here to help and guide you through the process with the goal of saving all assets that can be preserved. Should you need assistance please call us at 702-566-1212 or toll-free at 866-373-0012 and speak to one of our caring attorneys that are prepared to help you. As a matter of first importance we would ask that you compile list of the assets and liabilities of the estate prior to calling us and then called to speak with us in detail about your situation.
We know this process can be difficult and emotional and we are prepared to help you through all of the ups and downs that you will face.
Forbes magazine had an article recently concerning estate planning in your 50s. For many reasons estate planning in your 50s becomes easier as your children are grown and big debt such as saving for college and mortgages make less of a dent in your total financial picture. It is likely that your target retirement age is in sight and you have a much larger grasp on the fact that the next 15 to 20 years will go by very quickly. There are five keys to estate planning.
The five things that are key to your estate planning and financial fitness in your 50s are first making a break with your children financially. Instead of financially coddling your children you should be putting your affairs in order to make sure that the most of your personal wealth transfers can really to your posterity. Come by our offices at 777 N. Rainbow suite 390 to lay out a plan that best accomplishes this goal. Second avoid major new debt that would impact your savings ability between now and your retirement age. Third consider long-term care insurance to protect the wealth you plan to transfer to your posterity and to lift the burden off of them that they may not be prepared for. Fourth take advantage of catch-up provisions in the IRS code that allows much larger contributions to your IRAs Roth IRAs and health savings accounts. Call our offices at 702-566-1212 or 866-373-0012 to make an appointment with one of our estate planning attorneys. Finally, make good investments for your years to come. From the age of 50 there’s a good chance that your live 20 or more years and making the right moves now can dictate success or failure of your retirement planning estate planning and financial planning goals.
For many people the a lot of necessity for probate come at the most trying times. There is plenty to do at the time of loved ones death in stabilizing the family and obtaining peace. The lawyers at Piet & Wright are available to assist in these times of need.
Probate is the settling of the loved ones of state where there is no trust in place and there are assets to necessitate the reckoning of the deceased’s possessions in accordance with state law. Our experienced lawyers will analyze the estate and establishing a plan for the probate process and exercise the best strategy for keeping the assets in the estate for the benefit of those who survive. We do so where there is a will and even where there is no will left by the decedent.
Our probate lawyers can assist you in the administration of the estate, Representation of the executor, representation of beneficiaries, and even to assist with contested wills or litigation in the probate court.
Should we be able to help you we would ask that you would call us at 702-566-1212.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, the Veterans Administration, has accredited attorney Charles T. Wright, a partner at the firm of Piet & Wright, as an approved attorney to represent Veterans in the prosecution and appeal of all veteran’s benefits before the administration board. It is notable that Charles is a decorated veteran of the U.S. Army and comes from a long line of family members who are decorated Vetereans of World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm and recent deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan.
We offer services to all Veterans from all States and invite you to call us at 1-866-373-0012 toll-free.
We are pleased to announce our eligibility to practice law in Texas and that we will be available in Austin Texas, Dallas Texas, San Antonio Texas, Houston Texas, and also Fort Worth Texas.
This means we can now help our clients and their friends and colleagues in the states of Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Utah, and Texas.
We are pleased to bring our business litigation, business and corporate formation, civil litigation, and insurance defense practices to all of the states we are now eligible practice as well as our family law, criminal law, and bankruptcy practices.
Piet & Wright Attorneys are proud to release the news of a successful and beneficial arbitration on behalf of a valued client of the firm. we’re always happy were able to assist our clients in obtaining justice, and compensation for the injuries sustained.
Our personal injury and wrongful death attorneys can help you and your family when someone has been hurt by the negligence of another.
Things continue to trend downward for the Seattle Washington area according to ALTOS research data for April 1, 2012.
The median single-family home price for Seattle was $317,874.
The median price per square foot for homes in Seattle is about $180
There or approximately 2502 properties on the market in Seattle which is up from 2108 at the beginning of year.
Things are somewhat looking up in the housing market for Las Vegas Nevada according to ALTOS research for data was updated April 4, 2012. however there is caution urged due to the amount of homes that are left in REO inventory yet to come to the market.
The median single-family home price is $140,566
The median price per square foot is about $73
There about 4002 properties on the market for sale down for nearly 14,000 a year ago.
Foreclosures are predicted to rise in the coming months.
the banks are estimated to have some 41,000 homes yet to be released into the market for resale.
The vast numbers of people, including Lawyers, do not understand the existence and power of Chapter 11 Bankruptcies for individuals.
Through the process we can modify nearly all debt, including 1st Mortgages, to the market value of the property. Also, the individual debtor keeps their property and pays back very little of the debt owed. If you own multiple properties this is a great opportunity to make a property that is “under water” or “upside down” and make it even with the market and most likely make it cash flow positive.