Family Law 

Always Keeping Your Best Interests in Mind

Las Vegas Family Law Attorney

Your “In-Home” Counsel for Divorce & Family Law

At SmartLaw Las Vegas, we treat your family as if it were our own—with compassion, determination, and dignity. Contentious family matters are never pleasant, but they do not have to be emotionally or financially ruinous, either. Our Las Vegas family law attorney Sean D. Lyttle strives first and foremost to negotiate your family matter to a mutually agreeable outcome. If negotiation is not enough, our legal team stands ready to see your case to completion in the courtroom. 

To get started on your case, please call SmartLaw Las Vegas at (702) 664-8859. You can also contact us using this online form. Payment plans are available. 

Handling Your Family Matters in Nevada

Whether you are filing for divorce or seeking guardianship of a child, you deserve reliable representation and compassionate support from start to finish. At SmartLaw Las Vegas, we strive to be your partner and your guide in this experience, helping you navigate the legal process and overcome any bumps in the road along the way.

Our firm can assist you with:

  • Divorce
  • Legal separation
  • Property division
  • Child custody or child support
  • Guardianship
  • Alimony

We can also help you stave off some of the unpleasantness of divorce ahead of time through prenuptial and marital settlement agreements. Such agreements are also beneficial in the event one spouse passes away before the other. 

Nevada Family Laws

Important family laws to be aware of in Nevada include:

  • Nevada is a “no-fault” state when it comes to divorce, meaning you do not need a reason or “grounds” for divorce such as adultery or insanity to file.
  • Nevada’s child custody laws allow for joint custody and grandparent visitation rights—however, the court will ultimately consider the child's wishes before deciding custody terms.
  • When a child’s parents don’t live together, the parent who has physical custody is entitled to receive a portion of the cost of childcare, support, education, and maintenance from the other parent.
  • Under the state’s community property system, a person’s separate property remains separate even after marriage—and divorce. A couple’s community property (assets and debts acquired during the marriage) are usually automatically presumed to belong equally to both spouses.
  • If a couple going through a divorce is unable to mutually agree on how their shared assets should be split, the court will divide their property for them according to state law.

Need Family Law Representation in Nevada? Choose SmartLaw Las Vegas!

With over a decade of experience, Attorney Sean D. Lyttle has what it takes to help you resolve any family matter. At our firm, we take the time to truly get to know you and your family so that we can tailor our services to meet your unique needs.

When you choose our firm, you have evening and weekend access to our Las Vegas lawyer—you won’t be passed around to associates you’ve never met before. Sean is available nights and weekends to answer your questions, address your concerns, and update you on the status of your case. He is also available to meet on evenings and weekends for your convenience. Allow us to light your way forward so that you can enjoy a positive resolution and a bright future. 

Contact our Las Vegas lawyer online or call (702) 664-8859 today to book your free case evaluation.