Attorney Vincent Mayo is a partner in The Abrams and Mayo Law Firm. His divorce law knowledge and courtroom acumen have earned the respect of his fellow Las Vegas area divorce attorneys and the family court judges in Clark County Nevada. Mr. Mayo’s divorce law legal career includes:
Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated Preeminent Attorney. This distinction is achieved by only a small fraction of licensed attorneys worldwide.State Bar of Nevada Board Certified as a Family Law Specialist.Published Legal Author. His numerous credits include Nevada Lawyer Magazine, Nevada Family Law Report, and Communique, the official Legal Journal for the Clark County Bar Association.Board Certified in Family Law by the American Bar Association (ABA).Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) in divorce law. The NBTA is a division of the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification. He is one of only seventeen Las Vegas divorce attorneys to receive this distinction.Co-editor of the Nevada Family Law Practice Manual. This manual is used by all attorneys and judges in Nevada as the foremost compilation of Nevada statutes, case law, and local and state rules.ABA’s Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute Program. This organization accepts only 50 applicants nationally each year.
Vincent Mayo began his legal career in Nevada working directly for Clark County Family Court Judge Gloria Sanchez as a Law Clerk, from September of 2002 to March 2004. Attorney Mayo is a member of good standing of the State Bar of Nevada, State Bar of Nevada Family Law Section, American Bar Association, Nevada Justice Association, and Clark County Bar Association. He also has been accepted as an American Bar Association Panelist.
He received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Dayton School of Law. Attorney Mayo served as associate editor of the law school’s Law Review, was elected to the Moot Court Litigation team, earned a Dean’s Award Scholarship, and achieved Dean’s List Honors. These accomplishments occurred simultaneous to working as a Law Clerk for a Fortune 500 company while earning his law degree.