Family Law

Estate Plan in a Second Marriage

Estate Plan in a Second Marriage

Are you planning to take a second trip down the aisle or have you already taken the plunge for the second time? For those who are in the situation, formulating the right estate plan can get a little complicated. In this article we will describe what options are available to you when combining families or creating a new one so that you can create an ideal estate plan in a second marriage.

How Is Child Support Calculated for Children Born from Two Different Parents?

How Is Child Support Calculated for Children Born from Two Different Parents?

Nevada statute sets forth a formula for determining child support, which is simply a percentage of the obligor’s gross monthly income adjusted for the number of children. For one child, the obligor pays 18%, for two, it increases to 25%. Three is 29%, four is 31%, and for each subsequent child the percentage increases by 2%.