For those seeking a little side business to go with their marriage (and risk ending it), the internet has plenty of options. One of those being the infamous Ashley Madison website. Its motto is (not-so ironically) "Life is short. Have an affair." In the world of Las Vegas personal injury lawyers that smells a lot like divorce.
The "discreet" infidelity website had almost 40 million users when it was hacked last year, revealing the identities of some pretty big names and sending shockwaves through the economic and legal realms. Public shaming was also part of the fallout.
While sites like Ashley Madison may be nowhere on the average person's moral spectrum, it is completely legal to be a member. There are virtually no laws in the United States that spells out what a website can and cannot have on it (with the obvious exception of child pornography). As for violating a "marital contract," that's not illegal either, though in some states (not Nevada), infidelity can be a basis for divorce and increased alimony.
Be sure to check out the rest of our Is It Legal? series here. If you have more questions or think you may have a case give our office a call, the Parry & Pfau team is happy to schedule a free consultation.
riding a dirt bike and/or an ATV on the street is not legal, unless you live within two miles of your dirt riding area.
Even if the drone is hovering over your personal and private space, you are likely violating Nevada law if you shoot the drone down over your land.
Nevada law expressly states a non-compete agreement is void and unenforceable unless it satisfies four particularly requirements.
Across the country, it seems you cannot drive anywhere within a major city or town without seeing someone panhandling.
As of 2017, approximately 27 states have laws on the books that deal with animals that are left in unattended vehicles.
Nevada’s laws and regulations regarding making and selling alcohol are tolerant compared to other states in the nation.
Coyotes are an unprotected species in the state of Nevada. These animals may be hunted by both non-residents and residents in the state of Nevada.
Common forms of street harassment include following, flashing, groping, catcalls, leering, obscene comments, and repeated requests for your name or number despite clearly saying no.
Unlike its neighbor, California, Nevada state law has very few provisions that regulate the possession and use of knives.
Even the late-night chapel weddings have to follow certain rules in order to form a valid and legally-binding union.