Contrary to popular belief, there are no hard rules when it comes to alimony in Nevada. Just as a short-term marriage does not prevent an award of alimony, a long-term marriage does not a guarantee an award alimony. Nevada law requires only that alimony may be awarded in cases where it is “just and equitable.”

The “just and equitable” standard gives the judge wide discretion when he or she is considering whether to award alimony. That is why it is important to have an experienced alimony attorney on your side. At Greenberg & Nguyen we have years of experience successfully fighting for and against alimony.

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