Children’s Books for LGBTQ Families

How My Family Came to Be: Daddy, Papa and Me

by Andrew R. Aldrich

A necessary addition to all home, school and public libraries - representing the true diversity of today's families. Reaches out to younger children with fun and expressive illustrations and also to older children with the explanation of how 2 dads went through the process of creating their family!

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Protecting Your Business in a Nevada Divorce

A marriage couple cartoon model standing on a prenuptial agreements

Prenuptial agreements, buy-sell/buyout agreements, and trusts can protect a business in the midst of a divorce. Prenuptial agreements are made between prospective spouses in contemplation of marriage and are effective upon marriage. Discussing a prenup during wedding planning can offer a positive sense of security. Buyout agreements are made between co-owners of a business and dictate decisions should one owner be forced to leave, choose to leave, or upon death. Trusts allow parents to give business-related assets to the child(ren) without fear that the child(ren) will lose those assets later.

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Understanding Parental Alienation in Nevada

Upset girl with head hidden sitting in a cornor

Parental alienation negatively impacts parent-child relationships and can cause profound psychological problems for the child. Fortunately, alienated parents may have grounds to modify existing child custody orders.Β 

What Is Parental Alienation?

Parental alienation is when one parent attempts to turn a child against the other parent. Considered to be a form of family violence by many psychologists, parental alienation can happen on a variety of levels and may take many forms including:

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Adoption – Your Forever Home

About Town Deb Presents City Talk: Adoption - Your Forever Home

Say hello to my first sponsor, and guest of this week's #CityTalk, Kimberly Surratt of Surratt Law Practice! November is #NationalAdoptionMonth, and to raise awareness, I will be chatting with Kim about all things adoption. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘©β€πŸ‘§ Kim has been working in Family Law for 16 years and it has grown into her passion. Starting in 2004, with her first surrogacy matter, she has immersed herself in assisted reproduction law, surrogacies, and adoption. πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘¦

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Adoption During a Pandemic

An adult's hand holding a different skin color child's hand

An already lengthy adoption process has been impacted by the restrictions imposed by COVID-19 social distancing policies and travel restrictions. The global pandemic has influenced methods of in-home inspection, travel safety, and the need for a safe and consistent home. Though a global crisis presents prospective parents with a new list of challenges to overcome, many states are looking to keep processes moving forward in hopes of safely placing ready to adopt children in homes.

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