What If My Spouse Refuses To Give Me A Divorce?
A divorce is a process through the court system that is initiated by either one spouse or both spouses jointly when they come to an agreement. It is not something that you have to beg your spouse to give you, it is not something that you are going to be denied; you can not be forced by anyone to remain married to someone that you want to get divorced from.
It is unfortunate, that once you advise your spouse of your desire to get a divorce, that they become hostile, they become combative, they fight you, they drag their feet, and they make the process unbearable.
This is a situation that is already stressful and they’re just prolonging the inevitable and making everyone go through more stress and more emotional drama than necessary. The fortunate thing to know is that Nevada is a no-fault state and what that means is that you do not have to show or prove to the judge reasons why the judge should grant you a divorce. You simply have to state in your paperwork that you and your spouse are no longer compatible and that you wish to get a divorce. That is it!
That is the only reason that you need in Nevada to get a divorce.
So remember that no one can force you to stay in a marriage that you no longer want to stay in. No one can put you in a position where you have to beg to get a divorce, and you do not have to make a case for a reason for you to get a divorce.
I hope that this has helped you with the situation if it’s one of the issues that you might be facing. If you know someone who has this same issue, please share this information with them so that they know that they have rights and that they do not have to be stuck in a marriage that they don’t want to be in any longer.
As always, if you have questions about this or any other topic in family law, please go to vegasdivorcemeeting.com where you can set up an appointment with me and we can talk more at length about your particular situation.
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