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Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
Member of the Family Law Sections
Nevada Supreme Court
American Bar Association Family Law Section
Chair, Several Committees
American Bar Association Section of Family Law
Chair, Several Committees of Family Law Section
American Bar Association
WILLICK LAW GROUP is a Family Law firm in Las Vegas, NV. Founded in 1985, the firm has dedicated itself exclusively to the field of Family Law for nearly three decades, and is located across the street from the Family Court building, at Pecos and Bonanza. The firm practices at the trial court level in State and Federal Courts, and in appeals to the Nevada Supreme Court and the Federal Appellate Courts.
The Willick Law Group has well earned a reputation for meticulous and comprehensive legal writing, as well as diligent and zealous advocacy in both trial and appellate courts, and is committed to remaining the premier Family Law firm in Nevada.
Family Law, or Domestic Relations Law, includes the law of divorce, annulments, child custody, visitation, and child support, property and debt division, and alimony (spousal support), as well as paternity, guardianship, adoption, and grandparent visitation rights cases, and negotiating and drafting premarital and postnuptial agreements. Our work frequently involves pension or retirement division (including the drafting of QDROs under ERISA, and military retirement, Civil Service retirement, and State of Nevada PERS issues). Many of our cases involve interstate or international claims, including many contested jurisdiction matters, establishing or enforcing custody or support orders under the UCCJEA and UIFSA, and a number of child kidnaping cases under the Hague Convention for the recovery of internationally abducted children. As necessary, we also litigate matters related to core family law disputes, including some domestic torts, spyware and invasion of privacy claims, and collection of judgment arrears, penalties, and statutory interest.
The WILLICK LAW GROUP has an active practice in all aspects of Family Law, and has the highest (“A V”) rating in the Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory, which has recognized the firm’s professional and ethical standing by listing us in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
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Marshal Willick, who has ...
Marshal Willick, who has been practicing family law for decades, agrees.
"We probably wouldn't touch this case with a 10-foot pole," said Willick, who once chaired the State Bar's ethics committee.
A regular meeting of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Nevada was convened by President N
The Board discussed the reappointment of Marshal Willick as Chair of the Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct and determined that Mr. Willick would not be reappointed as Chair or as a member of the Committee.
The Board considered the written quarterly report of Marshal S. Willick, Chair of the Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility.
A regular meeting of the Board of Governors of the State Bar of Nevada was convened by President Gloria J
1. CALL TO ORDER AND INTRODUCTIONS
Marshal Willick, Chair of the Committee, was present for and participated in the discussion.
appointed the other members of the Ethics
2000 Committee as follows: Bridget Robb Peck, James Bradshaw, Bruce Beesley, Marshal Willick
, Jeffrey Stempel, and Dennis Kennedy.
discussed (with Mr. Willick
present and responding) the events and the complaints and whether Mr. Willick should be removed Afor cause @ from his
position as Chair of the Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, as permitted by SCR 223.
Following a lengthy discussion in Executive Session, a motion to remove Mr. Willick
as Chair pursuant to SCR 223 failed on a vote of 6-7.
Upon motion made and seconded, the Board
voted unanimously that the President should express to Mr. Willick
in writing its position that his
continued role as Chair of the Committee was conditioned on his
recognition that his
actions do reflect on his
position as Chair and that incidents such as the one which led to the complaints must be avoided.
, Chair of the Standing Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct
, appeared and shared with the Board the currently dormant status of the Committee and his
goals for its revitalization, including the addition of new committee members.
The Board expressed its appreciation to Mr. Willick