Nevada is a no-fault state. This means that the spouse who files for divorce doesn’t need to prove that the other spouse was in any way at fault and a spouse does not get more favorable treatment in the divorce if the other spouse was at fault. At Jacovino Law our attorneys are compassionate and have a reputation for excellence. If you want to end your marriage and want a strong advocate on your side, contact us at (702) 776-7179.
To file for divorce in Nevada one spouse must be a Nevada resident. If the active-duty spouse is not the spouse filing for divorce, then the active-duty spouse must be personally served with the summons and a copy of the divorce action. In an uncontested divorce, the active-duty spouse may not have to be personally served as long as he or she signs the divorce paperwork and an affidavit acknowledging the divorce.