If you are a father going through a divorce, you may be worried about keeping a close relationship with your child or children. Fortunately, in Nevada and across the country, divorce laws regarding child custody and support are changing with the times. However, there can still be stereotypes and misconceptions to overcome. This is why it is extremely important to hire a family law attorney who has specific experience representing fathers during child custody and child support proceedings.
Las Vegas fathers’ rights attorney Kari Molnar has the skill and legal know-how to represent you during even the most contested divorce cases. Kari has focused her practice on family law since entering the legal field in 2005. Her years of practice allow her to make sure no stone goes unturned in handling your divorce. She will work diligently to protect your interests in regards to child custody, child support, property division, spousal support, and all other areas of your life impacted by your divorce. Kari’s focus on your case will allow you to focus on the most important thing – your family. Contact us at 702.966.8315 to schedule a confidential consultation with Kari today.
Nevada Divorce Attorney Representing Fathers
Kari Molnar, Esq. is a Las Vegas family law attorney with a track record of successful outcomes for many fathers during divorce proceedings. In Nevada, preference is not given to either the mother or the father during a contested or uncontested divorce. The Court remains objective when making decisions regarding child custody, as well as when establishing child support. Just because you are the father, it does not mean you will be the one paying child support. When a marriage ends, a father may need spousal support if he is the primary custodian or if he has given up a career to be a stay-at-home dad.
The law does not simply “give the wife everything” in a divorce as many people still believe. We live in an equal rights state where a father is given just as much legal protection, in all aspects of a Nevada divorce proceeding, as the mother. It is important that you hire an entire that understands your right to a “fair shake” under the law. Call 702.966.8315 to schedule your initial consultation.
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