Steinberg http://www.steinberglawgroup.com Law Group Tue, 03 Feb 2015 19:42:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 How will new Nevada same-sex marriages impact the Las Vegas family court system? http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/court-ruling-paves-way-sex-marriage-las-vegas-qa-brian-steinberg-legal-consequences/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/court-ruling-paves-way-sex-marriage-las-vegas-qa-brian-steinberg-legal-consequences/#comments Tue, 14 Oct 2014 17:24:42 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1652 After a federal appeals court upheld gay marriage rulings in Nevada earlier this month, Las Vegas has started to issue its first marriage licenses to same sex couples. Both Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and the Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto have said that they will not contest the federal appeals court’s ruling – effectively […]

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After a federal appeals court upheld gay marriage rulings in Nevada earlier this month, Las Vegas has started to issue its first marriage licenses to same sex couples. Both Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and the Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto have said that they will not contest the federal appeals court’s ruling – effectively sealing the decision and giving it some finality. It appears that same-sex marriage is officially here to stay in Nevada. What does this mean from a legal perspective for married same sex couples and for the Clark County family court system, you might wonder? Experienced Las Vegas same-sex divorce attorney Brian Steinberg is here to answer that question. View his answers below.

How the influx of new same-sex marriages may impact the family court system?

Family Court judges in Clark County, Nevada are very busy. So, any increase in their docket to handle “gay” divorces is going to be an issue in terms of taking care of the increased number of cases without an increase in the number of Family Court Judges. On the other hand, if the increase in gay divorces is substantial and there are other increases of cases due to population growth, then additional Family Court Judges will be needed and added if there is room available and funds to pay for the additional judge.

The nature of the claims for divorce, custody, and distribution of community property are substantially similar for a gay couple compared to a straight couple. Difficult issues might arise with the use of surrogates for gay male couples and in vitro fertilization for gay female couples. These may be difficult issues, unless standardized forms resolving these issues become more accepted by the Family Courts. It is also anticipated that gay couples will enter into Prenuptial Agreements. However, there is substantial case law on these types of agreements so a gay divorce with a Prenuptial Agreement will be handled pretty much the same as a straight divorce. In other words, the transition of the family court in handling gay divorces should be very smooth since much of the law already exists to handle their issues in much the same way as a traditional divorce.

How will this impact the role of judges, in your opinion?

As indicated, the role of the judge will be expanded in certain custody situations involving gay divorce. Otherwise, the judges’ role will remain substantially similar for both gay and traditional divorces.

 

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Learn the specifics of annulments in Las Vegas and elsewhere http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/learn-the-specifics-of-annulments-in-las-vegas-nevada/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/learn-the-specifics-of-annulments-in-las-vegas-nevada/#comments Tue, 29 Jul 2014 19:28:35 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1560 An annulment is a legal means to nullify a marriage because there was some legal reason why the marriage was not valid at the time of the parties’ marriage. Some reasons why a marriage might not be valid are too much alcohol by both parties, fraud by one of the parties, and mutual mistake between […]

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An annulment is a legal means to nullify a marriage because there was some legal reason why the marriage was not valid at the time of the parties’ marriage. Some reasons why a marriage might not be valid are too much alcohol by both parties, fraud by one of the parties, and mutual mistake between the parties. Some people want an annulment for religious purposes and other people want an annulment for legal purposes because they want the marriage to be void. Britney Spears famously annulled her shotgun Las Vegas marriage on account that she ‘lacked understanding of her actions to the extent that she was incapable of agreeing to the marriage’.

A Las Vegas annulment is possible in Nevada if the parties were married here or if the parties reside here. For example, if the parties get married in Las Vegas but reside in Los Angeles, they can obtain an annulment of their marriage in Las Vegas. Annulments are not normally good legal actions to bring to trial. The reason is because it is very difficult to prove fraud or any other basis for the annulment to be granted by the Court. However, if the parties agree to the annulment, then the parties can agree upon the basis for the annulment and the annulment will usually be granted by the Court in Clark County. While these actions can be resolved quite quickly, the pleadings must be carefully drafted to insure that the annulment will be granted by the Court.

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A Closer Look at the Two Types of Guardianships http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/a-closer-look-at-the-two-types-of-guardianships/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/a-closer-look-at-the-two-types-of-guardianships/#comments Tue, 22 Jul 2014 17:01:00 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1562 There are two types of guardianships. One type is custody over children who are minors, i.e. less than 18 years old. The second type of guardianship is over adults who need a guardian. An example of a child guardianship would be when a non-parent is taking care of a child and the child has medical […]

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There are two types of guardianships. One type is custody over children who are minors, i.e. less than 18 years old. The second type of guardianship is over adults who need a guardian. An example of a child guardianship would be when a non-parent is taking care of a child and the child has medical needs that require health insurance and/or approval by a non-parent for surgery or other medical procedure. A child might need a guardian if a mother and/or father is not taking care of the child, on drugs, is not fit to care for the child, is incarcerated, has committed a battery against the child, etc. A guardian can be over both the person and estate or over just the person with the estate being handled by another guardian. Here are some helpful resources regarding guardianship in Clark County, but it is critical to consult with an experienced attorney, especially regarding a child guardianship.

Adult guardianships are needed for the following reasons: (1) the ward is physically unable to care for himself; (2) the ward is mentally unable to care for himself; and (3) the ward is unable to manage his own financial affairs. Per the “graying of America,” the need for adult guardianships is expected to increase dramatically. Again, having Las Vegas guardianship counsel who is familiar with Guardianship Court and knows how to handle these matters can make an important difference in obtaining a positive outcome.

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The two legal actions typically involved in Adoption in Las Vegas http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/the-two-legal-actions-typically-involved-in-adoption-in-las-vegas/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/the-two-legal-actions-typically-involved-in-adoption-in-las-vegas/#comments Tue, 15 Jul 2014 18:16:37 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1564 Adoption in Las Vegas often involves two different legal actions. An adoption cannot occur until an uninvolved or physically abusive parent has his or her parental rights terminated. If the other biological parent is deceased a termination of parental rights will not be necessary. It is frequently difficult to locate parents whose parental rights are […]

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Adoption in Las Vegas often involves two different legal actions. An adoption cannot occur until an uninvolved or physically abusive parent has his or her parental rights terminated. If the other biological parent is deceased a termination of parental rights will not be necessary. It is frequently difficult to locate parents whose parental rights are to be terminated. Oftentimes, the custodial parent does not have an address or any other way to contact the other parent. In such cases, a publication is necessary in order to obtain service on the parent. Termination of parental rights actions can be difficult in terms of serving the parent whose rights are to be terminated and doing a publication, if necessary. An appearance in Court is also necessary and the attorney must prove his case for the Termination of Parental Rights before the Court. As such, having an experienced Adoption attorney who knows how to get these actions done is very important in achieving success.

Once the termination of parental rights has been achieved, the next step is to file the adoption action. The adoption action involves going to Court with the minor child. While this Court experience is usually pleasant, it might not be so easy without a skilled Las Vegas adoption attorney, especially if the Court does not find sufficient evidence or suitable familial arrangements to grant the adoption. Having counsel who has prepared with the parties beforehand can make the difference between the Court granting the adoption or denying it.

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10 Ways to Protect Yourself Before Divorce http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/pre-divorce-checklist/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/pre-divorce-checklist/#comments Tue, 15 Oct 2013 18:46:36 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1440 Q:  What do I need to do before filing for a divorce?  How can I protect myself in a divorce? A:  You can do a lot to buttress your position before actually beginning the divorce process.  A little preparation will go a long way in a divorce case: 1:  Open your own bank account and […]

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Q:  What do I need to do before filing for a divorce?  How can I protect myself in a divorce?

A:  You can do a lot to buttress your position before actually beginning the divorce process.  A little preparation will go a long way in a divorce case:

A piggy bank protecting assets in a divorce1:  Open your own bank account and have any automatic pay sent to your new account (otherwise the spouse will have access to it in the joint account)

2:  Obtain copies of important documents relating to your real property (houses, condos, mortgages, etc), automobiles and other vehicles, investment accounts, retirement account, life insurance policies, bank accounts, a list of home furnishings, mortgage and line of credit documents, car loans or leases, credit card statements from each credit card with an outstanding balance, school loans, personal loans, outstanding medical bills, income tax returns, pay stubs from both parties, and other relevant documents.

3:  Get important personal items out of the house.  These would include diplomas, certificates, pictures that cannot be replaced, sentimental items, wedding and engagements rings, gifts, jewelry, etc.  Don’t just keep them in your car trunk or closet, find a safe place like a trusted relative’s house or a storage unit only you control.

4:  Hire a good divorce lawyer and provide copies of all the documents obtained.

5:  Consider freezing joint credit card accounts to avoid the other party racking up bills during the divorce.

6:  Make plans to move prior to filing for divorce.  If you have children make sure that children of different sexes are not in the same room.

7:  Be safe and obtain a protective order if your spouse has threatened you or committed domestic violence against you.

8:  Do not go on a vacation around the time of the divorce if you still intend to live in the marital residence (often the spouse in the residence changes the locks).

9:  Do not allow your paramour around your children until after the divorce.

10:  Be involved in the divorce process to insure the best results.

By following these steps, you’ll eliminate a lot of potential heartbreak and suffering down the road.  You never know how a divorce is going to affect you and your spouse until you’re in the middle, so it’s always best to protect what you need to keep before it begins.

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Case Study: Divorce Across State Lines http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/case-study-divorce-across-state-lines/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/case-study-divorce-across-state-lines/#comments Mon, 15 Jul 2013 23:04:35 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1316 The following case shows a divorce attorney’s ability to resolve disputes and disagreements during divorce proceedings in a mutually satisfactory settlement between spouses. Man and Woman, Husband and Wife The jurisdictional issues of this case arose when the husband, represented by me, remained in the state in which the married couple had resided. The Husband […]

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The Nevada and Arizona border

Nevada – the marriage and divorce capitol of the U.S.A.

The following case shows a divorce attorney’s ability to resolve disputes and disagreements during divorce proceedings in a mutually satisfactory settlement between spouses.

Man and Woman, Husband and Wife

The jurisdictional issues of this case arose when the husband, represented by me, remained in the state in which the married couple had resided.

The Husband

The husband had limited funds, having recently closed his businesses, and was on the verge of bankruptcy. He was over sixty years old and unemployed. The husband had previously obtained a Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA).

The Wife

The wife moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where she owned her business. She also possessed substantial funds from an inheritance.

My Role as the Attorney

A divorce attorney’s role is to seek the best possible outcome for our clients in divorce proceedings. In this particular case, my role of the attorney was complicated by the jurisdictional issue of which state would result in the most satisfactory settlement for the husband.

The Potential Problem of Jurisdictional Issues

jurisdictional divorce issues

Divorce litigation across state borders can be painful.

The Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) previously executed resolved most of the divorce case issues and was to the husband’s financial benefit. As a family law attorney, I advised my client to file the divorce in Nevada to avoid possible jurisdictional issues, such as substantial wealth of the wife, which could be used to dissipate the husband’s funds to litigate these important issues. As legal counsel in this study, I recognized the potential problem of each states’ legal authority which would not be of financial benefit to the husband.

The Case in Progress – What Happened

My legal role was to assess the best state to litigate the party’s divorce. I also determined that the case would be adjudicated by a judge with whom I had prior experience. I believed that this judge would find the MSA valid. The judge sent the parties to mediation. Mediation “failed” in that full resolution of the matter was not reached. However, it did provide me with the knowledge that might work to resolve the matter. The mediation concluded on Friday. A hearing with the Judge occurred on Monday.

As the husband’s divorce attorney, I became aware that the tone of the opposing counsel had changed. I then attempted to resolve the case and was successful in this attempt. The case was settled along the agreed upon parties’ terms. The parties’ stipulations were entered into the record in the presence of the judge after which a Decree of Divorce was entered. The case was resolved with the parties divorced and with the husband receiving the funds he sorely needed.

Why Attorney Experience Is So Valuable

A divorce attorney’s first priority is the client’s satisfaction and a legal settlement for divorce in the best interests of the client. In this situation, I carefully balanced issues of jurisdiction with the issues of unresolved mediation that failed to reach mutual agreement with the husband and wife. My attorney experience proved valuable in terms of noting the change of tone of the opposing counsel. I used this vantage point to resolve the case in Las Vegas court immediately after mediation “failed.”

In essence, my experience in these types of cases proved most beneficial and expedient by simply using failed mediation to achieve final resolution of the matter. Often, legal nuances in a divorce case, like the change in the opposing counsel’s tone, are useful tools that achieve greater success. Timing, quick response and reaction and keen legal knowledge gained through experience with divorce cases with jurisdictional issues are key to client satisfaction. Clients are assured their family law attorney has identified and studied each detail of a divorce proceeding to arrive at a successful resolution. This assurance helps clients understand the importance of placing full reliance on their attorney’s expertise and experience in their legal matters. Clients who follow their attorney’s advice and recommendations learn the true value of experienced legal counsel.

A family law attorney provides legal counsel in a manner that helps clients understand all of the ramifications of their divorce settlements before their divorce is final. In this particular case, the jurisdictional issues, without attorney experience, could have remained unsettled without the quick response to the “failed” mediation.

A Happy Client

As the divorce attorney in this study, I settled the major legal issues and fulfilled all client expectations for a reasonable settlement. An attorney’s work can become complicated when jurisdictional issues are involved. However, as an experienced attorney in these issues, my goals of client satisfaction and an expedient settlement was readily achieved. In summation, my practice gained another happy client and satisfaction from a successful case closed.

 

 

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Signs of a Bad Marriage: One Woman’s Story http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/signs-of-a-bad-marriage-one-womans-story/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/signs-of-a-bad-marriage-one-womans-story/#comments Wed, 10 Jul 2013 23:58:50 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1308 This story comes from Jessica, a woman who went through a divorce five years ago:   I Want a Divorce By Jessica My marriage had started out happy. I couldn’t wait to get home at the end of the day and connect both physically and emotionally. I shared similar hopes and dreams about a future […]

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This story comes from Jessica, a woman who went through a divorce five years ago:

 

I Want a Divorce

By Jessica

My marriage had started out happy. I couldn’t wait to get home at the end of the day and connect both physically and emotionally. I shared similar hopes and dreams about a future together. Divorce and never being together was the furthest thing from my thoughts, and I couldn’t imagine a life without my partner. Arguing was a rare occurrence and pleasing each other was extremely important at the beginning.

As time wore on, I spent less and less time with my mate. There were instances where my spouse had become disrespectful toward my feelings and needs. As time wore on, animosity built and my feelings had soon soured toward him. Work, working out and friends had begun to take precedence over spending time together. The intimacy that we had once shared together also suffered, and it seemed that months would go by without sex. The more time that I spent apart, the easier it was to disconnect and seek solace with friends and family. Weekends together also suffered, and I found activities that only I cared about, so I could have my alone time.

Sitting in a restaurant one winter afternoon, I looked at my spouse and found him to be just a friend and not an actual marital partner. The passion that we had once shared together had disappeared and what was left was strictly friendship. We looked at each other and knew that there wasn’t much left for us as a couple and found ourselves questioning our reasons for staying together. The actual filing was difficult. Both of us had talked about filing for so many months, but when it actually came down to, it always seemed to get pushed toward the backburner. I filed for divorce on our anniversary, as we thought it was a fitting tribute to the beginning and now the end. After meeting with the attorney, I was spent and couldn’t believe I had actually gone through with what we had both discussed for so long.

Looking back, I realize there were obvious signs of a marriage that had begun to disintegrate:

  1. A marriage without that intimate connection is a problem for many and sex and intimacy is important to staying connected as a couple.
  2. Signs of selfishness is another warning sign and thinking strictly of your own happiness instead of theirs shows that your love has begun to fade.
  3. At the beginning of a relationship, your partner becomes your priority. However, over time this can change and work, children, family and friends can become more important. Doing things separately and seldom communicating whether via an argument or discussing your busy day are sure signals that a marriage has gone bad.

Unfortunately, my marriage could not be saved because both my spouse and I had given up. Seeking counseling and therapy sessions were not viable options as we no longer wanted to stay married. Divorce was the only possibility for us as we had grown tired of trying to find that passion and spark that we had once shared. However, there are quite a few marriages that can be saved, but you’ll find that both parties have to be active participants in wanting to stay together.

Work and daily activities of children and social obligations can typically weigh a couple down. Financial problems and every day issues can take a toll on the relationship. You can let your spouse know that they are your primary priority by scheduling time together to connect as a couple. This can include either a physical or mental connection together. A weekly date night where it’s just the two of you is also important. Shut off your cellphones, laptops and other electrical devices and share your thoughts and feelings. It’s also O.K. to argue and discuss problems that may arise throughout your lifetime. It’s how a couple argues that can make or break a relationship. Showing respect for the others opinion is important and learning to fight fairly without humiliating or degrading your spouse is of the utmost importance. After the issue has been remedied, you need to never bring it up again when you find yourselves in a disagreement. An individual who gains a few pounds can often feel ugly and shared intimacy is often a rare occurrence. You can do things to make you feel good about yourself again by dieting, getting a new hairstyle and losing the weight that has made you feel inadequate.

 

Most people file for divorce after the first of the year. Spending the holidays together as a couple can be straining on a relationship, especially if you haven’t been getting along. January is an ideal month for new beginnings and many find that their New Year’s resolution is to finally end a difficult pairing.
Independent counseling and group therapy can also aid a couple in trouble and a knowledgeable and trusted therapist can help you find the spark that may have been lost throughout the years of your marriage. The current divorce rate will soon exceed 50 percent if current trends continue. I’ve been divorced now for approximately five years. While I’m glad to be out of a loveless marriage, I find that the dating world is as difficult to ascertain as it was when I was in high school. I miss that connection that I shared with my spouse at the start of our relationship and wish I would have been more proactive to keep it from becoming stale.

 

 

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Prenuptial Agreements Can Be Sexy! http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/prenuptial-agreements-can-be-sexy/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/prenuptial-agreements-can-be-sexy/#comments Tue, 05 Mar 2013 20:16:02 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1140 When I think about Valentine’s Day, I think about love.  I also think about dinner at a fancy restaurant, chocolates, jewelry and a sweet card.  While love is free – even in Las Vegas – those other Valentine’s essentials cost money – and that’s where the topic of prenuptial agreements (prenups) come in.  Prenups provide […]

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When I think about Valentine’s Day, I think about love.  I also think about dinner at a fancy restaurant, chocolates, jewelry and a sweet card.  While love is free – even in Las Vegas – those other Valentine’s essentials cost money – and that’s where the topic of prenuptial agreements (prenups) come in.  Prenups provide a basis for your financial future with your partner… and that’s sexy!

Wouldn’t you like a relationship that values open discussion about finances and future goals?  If you answered “yes”, you may want to consider a prenuptial agreement.  By setting the course of your finances before marriage or a domestic partnership, there is less of a chance of future disagreement about the Number 1 topic that leads to divorce – money.  A noted matrimonial attorney recently said “there’s not a single person who couldn’t benefit from a prenup, even if you’re going into marriage with little assets.  You might accumulate assets during the marriage, and even a young couple embarking on their own careers want to make sure that what they acquire during marriage isn’t just left up to a judge to divide.”  Being able to communicate openly about money before marriage or moving in together breaks down one of the major barriers that complicates relationships.

Nevada is a community property state, so unless there is a prenup stating otherwise, assets that are accumulated during the marriage will be divided equally.  What is not always clear is how property acquired before marriage will be divided in divorce.  If a party has a house or a retirement account before marriage and continues to pay into these during the marriage, then it is often difficult to determine how the house or the retirement account will be later divided.  The problem is that the real estate and the retirement account would be part separate property and part community property.  A prenup can insure that each party receives his or her retirement and real property, regardless of whether funds continued to be expended during the marriage.

What if you have children from a previous relationship that you want to protect financially?  A prenup can keep the Court out of the decision making process about how these assets are divided and clearly determine how the division will occur upon divorce.

There are many legal issues that a prenup can handle, such as whether a party’s income is separate or community income, whether funds in an account are separate or shared, and how real property (houses, condominiums, etc.) will be divided.  A prenup can also handle how home furnishings, jewelry, retirement and investment accounts are divided upon divorce.   Division of debts is also an excellent issue that can be covered by a prenup.  Basically, a good prenup leaves little doubt as to how property, assets and debts will be divided in the event of a divorce.  This then can allow you both to remain friendly and amicable  for the sake of children after a divorce.  Parties with a prenup have little detriment to being honest with their finances since “hiding” assets or debts isn’t necessary with a prenup in place.   The incentive is for a couple to stay married because they want to do so, not because of the financial devastation usually associated with a divorce.

Having an experienced attorney draft the prenuptial agreement and having it reviewed by the other party’s attorney is one of the best ways to put your marriage, domestic partnership or cohabitation agreement on the right course, right from the beginning. Having a lawyer review a document outlining your financial future together is a good way to make sure that the agreement can be enforced in Court or help the parties avoid going to Court in the first place!

While dinner by candlelight and decadent chocolates may set your heart aglow, knowing where the funds to pay for those loving gifts came from frees up your mind to think about the sexier side of Valentine’s Day.

Hillary & Brian Steinberg

Originally published in MyVegas Magazine February, 2013.  Hillary and Brian Steinberg of Steinberg Law Group are recently married (with a prenup)!  Brian is the President and Hillary is VP of Relationship Marketing of the local law firm with emphasis on Family Law.  They can be reached at (702) 384-9664 or at Hillary@SteinbergLawGroup.com


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Steinberg Law Group Under The Fashion Show Cloud http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/steinberg-law-group-under-the-fashion-show-cloud/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/steinberg-law-group-under-the-fashion-show-cloud/#comments Wed, 24 Oct 2012 02:45:54 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1086 Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law firm with an emphasis on family law, such as divorce, divorce mediation, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship. One of the main goals of Steinberg Law Group is to educate the public about the benefits of divorce mediation and using an attorney to advocate for […]

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Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law firm with an emphasis on family law, such as divorce, divorce mediation, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship.

One of the main goals of Steinberg Law Group is to educate the public about the benefits of divorce mediation and using an attorney to advocate for clients in court and legal matters. In an ongoing effort to educate and support the local women’s community by teaching them about divorce mediation, Steinberg wants to continue to foster and develop relationships with current and potential clients.

On the evening of October 11, 2012 Steinberg Law Group and vendors ranging from beauty, fashion, and health were able to provide a night where women could enjoy socializing and gain some free information and prizes. The event took place at Fashion Show mall underneath the metallic cloud that provides shade for tourists and mall-goers alike.

Hillary Torchin, VP of Relationship Marketing at Steinberg Law Group, is a contributing writer in the Las Vegas Woman magazine where she is able to offer her unique perspective to Las Vegas women. Torchin shared, “Being in front of thousands of Las Vegas residents allows us to spread the word about divorce mediation by an attorney, as well as speak about family law issues.”

Steinberg Law Group furthermore advertises in Las Vegas Woman magazine so that more women can be exposed and educated on the options that they have or might need in the future if they pursue divorce mediation or child custody cases.

About Steinberg Law Group: Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law and mediation firm with an emphasis on divorce, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship. Their goal is to educate the public about the benefits of divorce mediation by an attorney while being strong advocates of clients in court and legal matters.

 

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STEINBERG LAW GROUP SUPPORTS BABY’S BOUNTY NON-PROFIT Aims to Help Babies Born to At Risk Families http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/steinberg-law-group-supports-babys-bounty-non-profit-aims-to-help-babies-born-to-at-risk-families/ http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/steinberg-law-group-supports-babys-bounty-non-profit-aims-to-help-babies-born-to-at-risk-families/#comments Tue, 23 Oct 2012 03:29:50 +0000 http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/?p=1080 Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law firm with an emphasis on family law, such as divorce, divorce mediation, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship. Online PR News – 18-October-2012 –Las Vegas, NV. — Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law firm with an emphasis on family law, such as divorce, […]

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Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law firm with an emphasis on family law, such as divorce, divorce mediation, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship.

Online PR News – 18-October-2012 –Las Vegas, NV. — Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law firm with an emphasis on family law, such as divorce, divorce mediation, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship. The main goal of Steinberg Law Group is to educate the public about the benefits of divorce mediation and using an attorney to advocate for clients in court and legal matters. Due to their overlapping interests, Steinberg Law Group support Baby’s Bounty which is a local non-profit that benefits 0-9 month old babies that are born to indigent, at-risk and teen families in Las Vegas.

Hillary Torchin, VP of Relationship Marketing at Steinberg Law Group also serves as a board member of Baby’s Bounty. With leadership positions in both companies, she was able to create a partnership between both entities. Brian Steinberg, principal lawyer and owner of Steinberg Law Group, supports Baby’s Bounty by financially supporting the non-profit.

Money contributed to the non-profit is then used by Baby’s Bounty to provide disadvantaged families essential clothing and gear such as car seats. Since their start in July of 2008, Baby’s Bounty has helped over 1,800 babies and plans to help thousands more.

Steinberg Law Group believes in the mission set forth by Baby’s Bounty and likes to support local non-profits. “We can’t think of a better non-profit to support especially since we work on cases related to divorce and child custody,” stated Hillary Torchin.

About Steinberg Law Group: Steinberg Law Group is a Las Vegas based law and mediation firm with an emphasis on divorce, child custody, adoption, prenuptial agreements and guardianship. Their goal is to educate the public about the benefits of divorce mediation by an attorney while being strong advocates of clients in court and legal matters. To find out more, visit http://www.steinberglawgroup.com/

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