Mike Castillo, Esq.
Super Lawyer Rising Star and Las Vegas family law attorney Mike Castillo is dedicated to making the family court process as quick and painless as possible for our clients. He can usually negotiate very favorable divorce, alimony, child custody, and child support agreements without the time and expense of a court hearing. But if necessary, he is an experienced litigator ready to present the judge with the most effective arguments and defenses available.
Mike Castillo understands that family court cases have lifelong ramifications that greatly affect finances and children’s well-being. That is why he takes the long-view when negotiating premarital contracts and settlements following a marriage dissolution: He fights for what is best both in the short term as well as years down the line. And he creates airtight settlement agreements so if the other side ever falls short on their obligations, our clients have legal grounds to immediately remediate the case in court.
Mike Castillo handles all types of domestic relations matters, including annulments, guardianship, adoptions, surrogacy, name changes, establishing paternity, cohabitation agreements, and palimony.
Mike Castillo graduated magna cum laude from the Boyd School of Law at UNLV and has been practicing in Nevada for more than a decade. He was named a Top 100 Lawyer by MY VEGAS Magazine and has a perfect 10 rating on AVVO.
Adam Solinger, Esq.
Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Adam Solinger knows how difficult family court can be and is devoted to streamlining the process so these matters are resolved as fast and easily as possible.
Whether you are seeking a divorce or have a dispute about child custody and support, Adam is there to fight for your rights to the fullest extent of the law. Adam also takes the long view so that whatever negotiations we come to with the opposing party are best for you in the short term as well as the long term.
Adam Solinger graduated cum laude from the Boyd School of Law at UNLV, and he earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Redlands, where he made the Dean’s List four times.