Friday, December 31, 2010
Most men naturally want to be protective and chivalrous. Some take it too far and look for broken women which only results in broken relationships. Men who build relationships on the need to be needed doom themselves to failure.
Two reasons: 1. If the woman never gets better and always remains distressed, the man will always have a less than adequate mate. There will never be equality and rapport. 2. If the woman gets better as a result of the man's efforts, she may realize how inadequate he was to be with her in the first place and then leave him for greener pastures.
It is a no win situation.
As a divorce attorney, I have seen this scenario play out all too often. Note, the roles could easily be reversed with the same consequence. Women will latch onto less than adequate men in the hope that their love will change the bad boy. All too often they are wrong and end up with bitter disappointment.
The divorce lawyer says, don't be a fool in love, find your equal not your inferior if you want happiness and success in relationships. If you insist on being a fool, consider that bringing children into the unhealthy relationship is akin to victimizing the innocent.
If you have found yourself in this type of horrible situation, there is hope--get the courts on your side and move on with your life to better things.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
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Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Monday, December 20, 2010
We offer competitive legal assistance at competitive rates. Currently, we charge $50 to negotiate Las Vegas traffic tickets that are not in warrant. For $150 more, we'll get the warrant removed.
Friday, December 17, 2010
--Attorneys get preferential treatment at court. Our wait in line is shorter, we get through the metal detectors faster, and we know where to park and how much we have to feed the parking meters.
--Non-attorneys often will go to court, have to take their shoes and belts off before being allowed into the courthouse, will have to wait for one to four hours for their number to be called at a window only to be told that the ticket is not in the system yet and they will have to come back another day. Then, when they go out to their car, shaking their heads that they wasted a vacation day to deal with this, they find that they have a parking ticket on their windshield because the meter expired while they were waiting in line for nothing.
--Attorneys often get the tickets reduced to non-moving violations without points on the driving record and no traffic school.
--Non-attorneys pay the full fine at the window, get points on their driving record, and will have to take traffic school (which costs money and takes hours of time) in order to get the points removed from the driving records. You do not want points on your driving record because when your insurance company learns about them, they could increase your premiums.
--Attorneys know the court staff and judges and are more comfortable talking to them and getting results.
--Non-attorneys are frustrated at the whole process and show their contempt to the staff and judges causing only more grief for themselves. (There is an old saying that only a fool represents himself in court).
--Attorneys get a traffic citation (which is a criminal charge) reduced to a non-criminal charge.
--Non-attorneys pay the fine on the criminal charge, resulting in a criminal conviction.
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Sunday, December 12, 2010
NRS 126.031 Relationship of parent and child not dependent on marriage; primary physical custody of child born out of wedlock.1. The parent and child relationship extends equally to every child and to every parent, regardless of the marital status of the parents.
2. Except as otherwise provided in a court order for the custody of a child:
(a) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (b), the mother of a child born out of wedlock has primary physical custody of the child if:
(1) The mother has not married the father of the child; and
(2) A judgment or order of a court, or a judgment or order entered pursuant to an expedited process, determining the paternity of the child has not been entered.
(b) The father of a child born out of wedlock has primary physical custody of the child if:
(1) The mother has abandoned the child to the custody of the father; and
(2) The father has provided sole care and custody of the child in her absence.
3. For the purposes of this section, “abandoned” means failed, for a continuous period of not less than 6 weeks, to provide substantial personal and economic support.
4. As used in this section, “expedited process” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 126.161.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
If you recently received a letter from “Watermill, Bloomberg, & Wright,” please note that I, Anthony M. Wright, have no affiliation with this company. As far as I can tell, it is not a law firm in the State of Nevada and I suspect that the letter is intended to be a scam targeting the elderly. If you have received such a letter, please do not call my office but contact your Post Master General or the Federal Bureau of Investigations instead. You may also wish to read the information at the following website.