What Is a No-Fault Divorce?
A divorce that is being filed and does not need a reason of wrongdoing, so therefore the spouse who is filing for divorce does not have to show that the other spouse did anything wrong in order to get it granted.
There are three reasons why you would file a no-fault divorce:
- The first one is called irreconcilable differences. What this means is that both people can no longer get along and there is no chance that this marriage can be saved.
- The second reason could be for incompatibility which is basically the same as the first stating that you no longer have anything compatible with your spouse and therefore you don’t see yourselves living happily ever after so therefore you want a divorce.
- The third reason could be a lengthy separation. Some states who do honor no-fault divorces require a number of months of separation before they can file a no-fault divorce. In Nevada, that is not the case.
Remember there’s no need for you to have to drag in your dirty laundry, so to speak. If you don’t want to do that, you can basically state that you want a divorce because of those three reasons and there is no need for you to discuss your personal reasons for the divorce.
I hope that this has been clarified, if you have a situation like this or have any more questions about this topic, please go to vegasdivorcemeeting.com and I will be more than happy to sit down with you and discuss your particular situation.
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