I was referred to Christian Gabroy by the Nevada Bar Association. The experience I had with him was fantastic.... more
Ms. Chang would not work with me at all. She had no urgency to get the job done, did not keep me informed.... more
I referred Kurt to a friend of mine that he and his office represented very well. But my review is mainly to... more
Amanda is a professional and motivated attorney. My first impression of Amanda was "I want her on my side",... more
My husband's parents left a trust to him and his sisters and we needed to find a lawyer to help us set up our... more
Mr Liker has been a great help during dark times. Always available, dedicate and determinate. I really... more
In 1940, two people living in Nevada received divorces from their respective spouses and then married each other. Upon returning to their native North Carolina, they were charged with “bigamous cohabitation,” as North Carolina did not recognize their divorces. This eventually resulted in a United States Supreme Court ruling (in “Williams v. North Carolina”) that states must recognize divorces performed in other states.