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Christopher Carr

  • Divorce, Family Law, Traffic Tickets
  • Illinois, Nevada
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Practice Areas
  • Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Traffic Tickets
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Illinois
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Nevada
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9th Circuit
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Education
University of Pittsburgh School of Law
J.D. (2002) | Law
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Temple University
B.A. (1998) | Journalism
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Activities: Temple News reporter
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Professional Associations
Nevada State Bar # 9327
Member
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Q. In a divorce, is a financial disclosure form required if child support is already established and all assets have been
A: It really depends on what you are going to Court for. You say assets have been divided. What about debts? Do either you or your spouse seek attorneys fees? The fact that you have lived separate for two years is not really a factor. As a general rule, you need a recent Financial Disclosure Form anytime you are going to Court. If it's related to custody at all, then support may again become an issue. Also, if you or the other party have asked for attorneys fees then it would also be required for the judge to make that decision. But, again, it really depends on what the status of your case is.
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601 N. Pecos Road
Las Vegas, NV 89101
USA
Telephone: (702) 425-6301