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Divorce - Defending Your Interests

Divorce negotiations can be complex, and sometimes bitter. Even in an amicable divorce, dividing property may not always seem fair. When your marriage comes to an end, you will want an attorney who can defend you and your interests.

Child Custody - Protecting Your Child's Best Interests

Negotiating child custody can be difficult and exhausting. Both parents want to do what is best for their child. Custody conflicts can become tense, and stressful for everyone involved. An experienced attorney can help ease the situation.

Estate Planning - Planning For Your Family's Future

An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure in planning for your family’s future. Choosing the right attorney to assist you is extremely important. The Jacks Law Group develops and customizes estate planning solutions based on your family’s unique goals, dynamics, and financial situation, so that your estate plan is a perfect fit for you.

Personal Injury - When You've Been Injured In An Accident

Injuries caused by negligent drivers can cost a person more than just their medical bills: time spent out of work and long-term injuries can interfere with your life. If you were injured in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation.

Serving Your Legal Needs

David Jacks brings to the table over a decade of legal experience. When you need an attorney who will stand up for you and your interests, contact The Jacks Law Group.

Family Law encompasses many of topics in the law, such as divorce, child custody, relocations with children out of the State of Nevada, child support, alimony, community property division, community debt division, guardianships, adoptions, Paternity, termination of parental rights, and probate.

Family law matters can be worrisome for all parties involved. Many times divorce, custody, child support, and alimony arrangements become emotional battlegrounds. Dividing property, negotiating alimony or child support, and even the divorce itself can quickly become complex points of contention between former spouses. An attorney can be a source of relief during the negotiation process.

 

 

 

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