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I am disable and get a small check I pay my created cards with, we have a moble home it will be paid off nest month.He is mental abusea he make over 100.000 a year he pays child spport on 2 kids but will be paying on 1 soon, what is my right will he half to apraise the the and give me half and can I get spport and make him pay for the Attorney Fees. there no way I can make it He has not even touch me in months. thank you
Asked on May 8, 2009 under Family Law, Nevada
B. B., Member, New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 14 years ago | Contributor
There are a number of things that have to be looked at, to see what the result of a divorce case will be, and there are quite a few that aren't included in your question, such as the length of your marriage, whose name is on the loan and the papers for the mobile home and when it was bought, among others.
It is quite possible that you would get an alimony award. The Nevada divorce law does allow a judge to order one side to pay some or all of the other side's attorney's fees.
Your husband makes a lot of money. He will almost certainly have a lawyer, and you need one, too. You can look for one at our website, http://attorneypages.com
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