If you live in Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, Summerlin, Mesquite, or anywhere else in southern Nevada and are considering a divorce, as sad and/or necessary as that decision might be, you need to make sure you get the best representation to protect your rights, especially if children are involved.
You need The Law.
The Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) provide specific guidelines to win a divorce. NRS 125 will be our roadmap for dissolving your marriage. I can answer any questions you might have before and during the process. Divorce in Nevada can be easy or quite complex—it depends upon you and your former spouse. Unfortunately, I have too much experience with this type of law. I have seen everything an ex-partner can throw at you, from simple requests to the meanest pettiness. I am an expert in this type of law and will protect your rights.
If you’re new to southern Nevada or the Las Vegas area, you only need to live here for 6 weeks before we can begin processing your divorce. Once we have filed on your behalf, winning a divorce decree can take as little as 6 weeks or up to 12 months. So long as the paperwork is sound, the judge should act swiftly.
Here’s an important thing to remember: there are many sites that claim to be “free” that will get you through your divorce quickly. While that may be true, these “free” sites do not always protect your full rights. Even if you and your soon-to-be ex agree on everything and file an uncontested divorce, the process can still be stalled because of paperwork errors or missed timelines. Even a simple mistake on a form can send you back to the beginning of the process. I am an expert in this type of law and do not make those kinds of mistakes. I can push paperwork through quickly and smoothly and arrive at a resolution for you without any speedbumps.
An uncontested divorce usually progresses smoothly. If your spouse contests your divorce, I will fight for the best resolution. Contested divorces can get messy. Nevada is a no-fault state, so it is in everyone’s best interests to move the process forward. But if your spouse contests the divorce, you certainly would benefit from legal counsel such as mine. You could be fighting over alimony, child support, adjudication of property rights, child visitation—any reason, really. The reasons for contesting a divorce can be as varied as the individuals involved. Usually these problems are easy to resolve, but sometimes not. The NRS has timetables for how and when paperwork must be submitted. If your soon-to-be ex is dragging the process down, he or she may be missing windows they need to hit with the courts and we can move on that and proceed fairly so you get the resolution you need to move forward with your life.
If children are involved, delays can hurt them. You deserve the best representation that will not hold them back. Every case I take becomes my priority. Whatever you’ve been through in your marriage, when it’s time for it to come to an end, you need an attorney who will get you what you and your family deserve. I will work for you and bring your divorce to as quick a conclusion as the law allows.