Digital Privacy, Social Media | Jones & LoBello

Technology and your data privacy may be the last thing on your mind you are getting divorced. With that said, it’s critical to assess your digital footprint and protect your data privacy while going through a breakup. We store all of our personal information on our devices, and people are accessing their exes electronically stored … Read more

Estate Planning | Guardianship

While every situation is different, it is generally advisable for a couple to enter into a premarital agreement before they get married for many reasons.  Here are the top reasons why you should get a premarital agreement before taking the plunge with your significant other. Schedule a Consultation Taking Inventory An essential part of the … Read more

Social Media, Texting | Jones & LoBello

Message Preservation Why is it important to properly preserve text messages and messaging app content? Text messaging and messaging apps (such as WhatsApp) are one of the most popular ways that people communicate on a daily basis.  Therefore, it’s no surprise that text messages, iMessages and content in popular messaging apps (such as WhatsApp messages) … Read more

Jones & LoBello, Attorneys at Law | Divorce, Custody, Estate Planning, Asset Protection

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Four Jones & LoBello attorneys Named 2021 Mountain States “Super Lawyers” Las Vegas, Nevada (July 14, 2021) – Jones & LoBello, PLLC is pleased to announce that four Attorneys from Jones & LoBello have been selected to the 2021 Mountain States Super Lawyers list. Jones & LoBello represents clients in multiple areas … Read more

Costs are typically at the top of your concerns list before you decide on an attorney team. Rest assured, your legal team will attempt to represent you in the most efficient manner possible and may, from time to time, suggest things you can do to minimize your legal fees and costs. No one appreciates a … Read more

  Is​ the Family ​​Court​​ open?​​ ​ The short answer is, yes. Following Governor Sisolak’s declaring ​​a state of emergency in Nevada in response to the ​​outbreak of Corona​​virus Disease, ​​Nevada Chief ​​Court​​ Justice Pickering and Eighth Judicial District ​​Court​​ Chief Judge Bell ​​issued Administrative Order 20-01 on March 13, 2020, which dictates ​​alterations to ​​Court​​ procedure … Read more