Leavitt Legal Group is a full-service law firm founded to accomplish a single goal: deliver unmatched results to our clients regardless of their legal needs. At Leavitt Legal Group we understand that when our clients come to us with their legal problems they are trusting us to help them navigate a complex and often confusing legal system. For this reason, Leavitt Legal Group focuses on providing straightforward, common-sense counsel to our clients in order to help them understand their legal options as well as more fully understand the legal process they are facing. Counseling with our clients also carries the additional benefit of turning our clients into a valuable member of our legal team who is able to help us fight for their rights.
At Leavitt Legal Group we also pride ourselves on being dedicated and vigorous advocates. We have represented clients before state and federal courts, in arbitrations and mediations, and in a wide array of administrative hearings. Regardless of the setting, our job is the same: to tirelessly fight for the rights of our clients. At Leavitt Legal Group we do not take lightly the responsibility we have to protect and defend the rights of our clients and we approach every hearing, mediation, or negotiation prepared and ready to advocate on our clients' behalf.
If you need an experienced and aggressive advocate standing in your corner, call Leavitt Legal Group today and let us fight for you.
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- Indiana University - Indiana University-Bloomington
- J.D. (2013) | Law
- Honors: Graduated cum laude
- Brigham Young University
- B.S. (2013) | Business Management
- Honors: Golden Key International Honour Society
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- State Bar of Nevada # 13173
- Leavitt Legal Group, P.C.
- Q. My daughter has resided with me for the past 3 years, what are my rights as a father.
- A: It sounds as if there is no custody arrangement in place (or else custody would be handled by the agreement). You have at least two options. First, you could voluntarily come up with a parenting agreement between you and the mother, but it sounds like finding a mutual agreement is unlikely. Second, you could file formal proceedings with a court where you would ask the court to enter an order defining how custody will be arranged.
- Q. How do I get partial custody to have extended periods of time with my child who my wife has taken out of state.
- A: You will need to seek an temporary or permanent order from the judge. You may be able to do this within the legal separation proceedings or you may need to start formal divorce/child custody proceedings.