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Divorce Grounds in Nevada

The Nevada State declares divorce, if one of the below mentioned divorce grounds are found with appropriate evidence:

No-Fault Divorce Grounds in Nevada:

There are two no-fault divorce grounds in Nevada, which are:

Living Separate and Apart for 1 Year without Cohabitation:

When the spouses are living separately for a period of 1 year or more without cohabitation, the divorce courts grant divorce if either of the spouses petitions for a divorce decree under this divorce ground in Nevada.

Incompatibility:

When the spouses are reached to a situation where there are irreconcilable differences, both the spouses can claim divorce on incompatibility divorce ground in Nevada.

Fault Divorce Grounds in Nevada:

The only fault divorce ground in Nevada is:

Insanity Existing for 2 Years Prior to the Commencement of the Action:

According to the divorce law of Nevada, the petitioner shall furnish corroborative evidence against the defendant’s insanity for a period of two years prior to filing of the petition. The court shall then grant divorce under this fault divorce ground in Nevada.

Contact a professional divorce attorney or divorce lawyer for detailed information regarding divorce grounds in Nevada.

 
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