Its possible that a Nevada divorce attorney will not see your post here on avvo for days. So I recommend you contact the Las Vegas Bar association and request a referral to a divorce attorney who has experience with military divorces. Also, Google and the local phone book have hundreds of them. Finally, you can use the avvo find a lawyer option. Best of luck to you.
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If you seek a consultation with an experienced family law attorney, you can ask those questions that you think are relevant to the fact that you are in the military. An experienced family law attorney should be able to help you. With Nellis a part of our community, most experienced family law attorneys should often have cases involving military members.
Talk to the Legal Assistance Office on base at Nellis. They will likely have a list of attorney's familiar with military related issues.
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If you need to write your will, are considering signing a lease, or need a power of attorney or notarized signature. Then you need legal assistance, and best of all, military servicemembers and their families have access to legal assistance, absolutely free!
Veterans are not eligible for these services. Generally, legal assistance is provided to the following groups:
All members of the Armed Forces on active duty (including members of a reserve component),
Reservists released from active duty, having served 30 days or more,
Retirees from all branches of the service, and
Lawful dependents. Federal civilian employees and their dependents are also entitled to legal assistance in certain circumstances.
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