It means the attorney is appearing in limited capacity and is not the "attorney of record". Normally this occurs when an attorney is hired solely to attend a hearing. Otherwise when an attorney appears as attorney of record they are obligated to remain on the case until released by the Court or another attorney replaces them.
Some attorneys (including myself) do not like doing unbundled services because you are often appearing on pleadings drafted by other people or have not been paid...
NV does take into account business expenses for self-employed individuals so the gross income will be whatever your gross income is on your tax return, which is after expenses. However, some Judges will scrutinize these numbers if you are expensing personal items like car, phone, etc.
I am assuming this is being asked in the context of attorney's fees. Often in custody cases there is not a clear prevailing party which is why it is not that common for a court to proclaim one and award fees on that basis; unless it is clear one party unnecessarily litigated.
Prevailing party attorney's fees in a typical civil context is meant to make people think long and hard before they sue. A person has an absolute right to sue for custody or divorce and in fact it is required if they...
You should file a motion for exclusive possession and if he is doing anything to make you feel unsafe, you could file for a Temporary Protective order until you can get in front of a family court judge and get exclusive possession of the marital residence.
The answer is, it depends. It depends on the Judge and the particulars of your case. If you have been doing the 5/2 arrangement for some time the court may leave that in place. It really depends on the Judge.
Generally No. A modification of custody as you describe it requires a change of circumstances and the child simply aging usually is not sufficient. It is important for people to understand these things when they enter into agreements because modifying existing orders is not easy.
Generally no. A fit parent is presumed to be acting in a child's best interest with regard to 3rd party contact and visitation. There are narrow exceptions that would need to be reviewed by an attorney but these are not easy cases and I would say 1/25 inquiries I receive about grandparent or other relative visitation or custody rights actually have merit under the statute.