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Vol. 37 — QDRO Masters

Vol. 37 -- QDRO Masters A legal note from Marshal Willick about our new QDRO Masters service, how lawyers can get family law questions answered, and an invitation to our second free music open house. This firm receives many requests for information and assistance on a...

Vol. 36 — Judicial CLEs (2)

Vol. 36 -- Judicial CLEs (2) A legal note from Marshal Willick about the current inadequate state of substantive education of the family court and other judiciary, and how it should be improved. This note follows the discussion in legal note No. 33 of how to make CLE...

Vol. 35 — Religious Tithing and New FDF

Vol. 35 -- Religious Tithing and New FDF A legal note from Marshal Willick about alimony versus religious tithing and attorney’s fees during family court litigation, and the new Financial Disclosure Form A lawyer wrote in, asking whether, in an alimony case, the...

Vol. 34 — Shrinks Gone Wild

Vol. 34 -- Shrinks Gone Wild A legal note from Marshal Willick about ensuring that the input of psychologists is restricted to a correct – and quite limited – place in making child custody and relocation decisions. A recent case has re-emphasized the vigilance...

Vol. 33 — Make Lawyer CLE Meaningful

Vol. 33 -- Make Lawyer CLE Meaningful A legal note from Marshal Willick about the inadequacy of CLE in Nevada to actually serve its intended purpose – and a couple of proposals for doing something about it. Two things led to this note. First, one of my associates...

Vol. 27 — More on E-filing

Vol. 27 -- More on E-filing A legal note from Marshal Willick about further developments regarding e-filing and video hearing records On July 27, 2010, the Clark County Chief Judge announced a prospective reduction in e-filing fees, from $6 to $3.50. While that is...

Vol. 24 — Judicial Selection

Vol. 24 -- Judicial Selection A legal note from Marshal Willick about the necessity of altering our method of judicial selection Adopting the Missouri plan for appointing judges and holding retention elections is the only rational thing to do and deserves the backing...

Vol. 23 — What’s up with Hooterville?

Vol. 23 -- What’s up with Hooterville? A legal note from Marshal Willick about the dysfunctional mess of joint petitions filed in the Fifth Judicial Circuit and what should be done about it. Feral paralegals operating divorce mills out of Las Vegas continue to churn...

Vol. 22 — Parental Sexual Conduct

Vol. 22 -- Parental Sexual Conduct A legal note from Marshal Willick about the changed role of parental sexual activity as it relates to child custody determinations. An attorney wrote in, asking if courts will apply case law that has never been overruled, indicating...

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