Divorce is never easy to deal with, but it’s important to remember that no happy marriage ends in divorce.



Normally the easier and less stressful alternative to divorce, however, it’s only an available option in certain cases.

Child Support

The Nevada Revised Statutes set out specific laws and obligations for child support that you need to be familiar with if you get caught up in a child support case.

Child Custody

Fighting for child custody is never easy. Don’t feel hopeless — get Bonanza Legal Group on your side.

Termination of Parental Rights

A Nevada court has the authority to terminate parental rights if it’s in the best interest of the child, but many cases won’t even involve a court battle. These are uncontested cases, which means the parent is voluntarily relinquishing their parental rights.


Step- or Grandparent Adoption

If you’re a stepparent or grandparent looking to adopt in Nevada, there are a few things you need to know to ensure the process goes smoothly and the child’s best interests come first.


A legal guardian is a person who is in charge of the care, control and custody of a person, and who has legal authority over them. This is most commonly used in child custody cases in which neither of the biological parents are fit for custody themselves.