Will you represent me . . . in my divorce . . . against your mother?

Written on February 4, 2013 by David C. Sarnacki

The Las Vegas Review-Journal spotlighted the Nevada Supreme Court’s ruling allowing a son–an attorney–to represent his father in a divorce action against his mother.

Ed Vogel writes (excerpt):
In the decision written by Justice James Hardesty, the court said that several Nevada Rules of Professional Conduct allow a lawyer to represent a family member and that “no rule prohibits [the son's] conduct in this case.”

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