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March 2019 Archives

In family law, what will be considered with child relocation?

Reno residents whose marriage has ended will have many issues to consider. Children come right to the top of their list of concerns. A common matter in dispute is if the custodial parent decides to relocate with the child. This can impact visitation rights for the noncustodial parent and be worrisome regarding the child's relationship with that parent. A noncustodial parent can try to prevent the relocation if there is justification for doing so. To protect the rights of the noncustodial parent and ensure the best interests of the child are adhered to, the court will weigh certain factors before allowing a relocation. Understanding these factors is imperative for the custodial and noncustodial parent.

Personal injury and death from pedestrian accidents increasing

In Reno and across Nevada, many people decide to avoid using their motor vehicles and walk to their destination. This is a good way to save money, help the environment and get exercise. However, being a pedestrian has its share of inherent risks when sharing the road with motor vehicles. Although the danger is known, statistics and research indicate that people are at higher risk now more than ever. Those who have suffered personal injury or lost a loved one in a pedestrian accident must be cognizant of all the problems they will face in the aftermath and consider a lawsuit to be compensated.

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