My Husband Left Without Telling Me, Can I File For Divorce?
My husband left while I was at work and never told me he was leaving. Can I file for divorce?
Hello everyone, I am Bonnie Lonardo family law attorney in Las Vegas, Nevada. The answer to this question is yes you are able to file for divorce at any time that you no longer want to be married to another person.
There are grounds in Nevada for filing divorce. There are three grounds specifically. One is insanity, you must prove to the court that there existed insanity between one of the parties two years prior to beginning the divorce action. Number two, when a husband and wife have lived separate and apart for one year, and number three and incompatibility. What this means is that this is the most common grounds for divorce in Nevada. And it means thet you anor not longer compatible with your spouse, that’s all, there’s no need to prove anything to the court just basically say that you two are no longer compatible and you wish to get a divorce. Those are the three grounds for divorce in Nevada, and yes you can file for divorce at any time.
Nothing is more important than your family. LJ Law is a Family Law Firm in Las Vegas, Nevada. We offer help in cases such as Divorce, Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Pre and Post-Nuptial Agreements, Annulments, Alimony, Adoption, Guardianship, Paternity and much more.
Learn More at our Website:
Want to Discuss Further? Let’s Set Up a Meeting:
Call: (702) 998-1188
DISCLAIMER: THE INFORMATION SHARED IN THIS CONTENT IS FOR GENERAL INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT, NOR IS IT INTENDED TO BE, LEGAL ADVICE. YOU SHOULD CONSULT AN ATTORNEY FOR ADVICE REGARDING THE SPECIFIC FACTS AND CIRCUMSTANCES OF YOUR INDIVIDUAL SITUATION. REVIEWING THE INFORMATION ON THIS SITE AND/OR CONTACTING US DOES NOT CREATE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR CASE TO US UNTIL SUCH TIME AS AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED.