Las Vegas Divorce Process
Helping You Navigate Through a Divorce
If you’re contemplating filing for divorce, you’ll want to
retain representation that will work to ensure your best interests are
protected every step of the way. At Leavitt Law Firm, our team of attorneys
are proud to offer clients representation that works towards avoiding
an ugly courtroom battle.
Leavitt Law Firm is an accredited business from the Better Business Bureau
and our founding partner maintains a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating. As a family-operated
law firm, we don’t see you as just another case number on the docket
– you are our priority and we offer guidance before, during, and
after the divorce process.
Filing for divorce? Don’t do it alone. Call our law office today
at (702) 996-6052.
What do I need when filing for divorce?
Divorce laws in Nevada are fairly straightforward, if you adhere to state
regulations and requirements. Whether your divorce is
collaborative, you or your spouse will be required to fill out a significant amount
of paperwork. If you are the spouse responsible for completing the paperwork,
you’ll need to “serve” the documents to the non-filing
spouse. The non-filing spouse then has 20 days to respond to the documents
When filing for divorce, you’ll need the following documents:
- Decree of divorce
- Certificate of Service or Waiver
- Child Welfare and Identification Sheet (if there are minor children)
- Summons (this is if you and your spouse cannot agree on the terms and issues
of your divorce)
Compassionate Counsel From a Firm That Cares
At Leavitt Law Firm, our Las Vegas divorce attorneys have more than 27
years of experience in guiding clients through the toughest divorce cases.
We understand that filing for divorce can be an emotionally difficult
time, which is why we work tirelessly to ensure that your process goes
as smoothly as possible so you can move forward with your life.
Contact Leavitt Law Firm today to schedule your