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Hospitality And Casino Employees Facing Divorce Issues

Two important aspects of the hospitality and casino industries are the long, odd hours worked by their employees, and the possibility of part of your paycheck coming through unpredictable income. Unfortunately, if you are a hospitality or casino employee, these aspects of your livelihood may affect your ability to negotiate reasonable child support and spousal support payments or a viable parenting plan.

At the Henderson law offices of Smith Jain Stutzman, we represent our clients’ rights and interests regarding their children and property, no matter their circumstances of employment. Our Las Vegas casino employee divorce lawyers offer compassionate and sophisticated guidance, forthright communication and aggressive representation.

Experienced Insight Into Specific Divorce Situations

As a result of 40-plus years of combined experience representing hospitality and casino employees throughout the divorce and child custody proceedings, our attorneys have an in-depth understanding of the unique issues that may arise in casino employee divorce, including:

  • Negotiation of creative parenting plans that allow people with unusual schedules to develop or maintain close relationships with their children.
  • Reasonable estimation of income to be used in child support and alimony calculations when a portion of annual salary comes from unreliable compensation received through tips.
  • Valuation and equitable property division of varied casino executives compensation packages that may include stock options or stock grants.

We can also assist with negotiation and evaluation of premarital agreements, and in seeking annulments of easily obtained Nevada marriages.

Contact Our Nevada Divorce Attorneys

The representation of skilled, astute, lawyers will increase your chance of successful resolution of the issues likely to arise during a casino employee divorce. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. Our Henderson hospitality employee divorce attorneys represent Nevada residents in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas.