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Divorce is not fun, but it does not need to be challenging, especially if you have one of the best divorce attorneys in Las Vegas on your side. Right Lawyers is committed to making your divorce or child custody issue easier. Since 2017, we have been voted the best divorce attorneys in Las Vegas by the Review Journal because of the vast experience and expertise we use to help our clients.

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As your Las Vegas divorce attorney, we know how to handle all kinds of divorce cases involving matters such as high conflict, spousal support, business, dividing pensions, or child custody mediation. Schedule a call with a Las Vegas Divorce Attorney today!

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Instead of an hourly fee, we only charge a fixed fee for specific tasks needed in your case. The fee does not change based on how many hours we take to handle your case. A fixed fee lets you know upfront the costs and fees to hire a divorce lawyer in Las Vegas.

Uncontested Divorce

Not every divorce or child custody issue needs to go to court. If you and your spouse agree on the terms of the divorce or agree on child custody, you can file an Uncontested Divorce. Our Las Vegas divorce lawyers will draft your documents, file them with the court, and finalize the divorce. An uncontested divorce takes less than three weeks to complete and costs much less than a contested divorce.

Maybe you and your spouse are not quite on the same page. Don't worry, there is always a chance we can keep you out of court and negotiate the terms of the divorce with your spouse or their lawyer. Download our Divorce Guide or Child Custody Guide and schedule a call with Right Divorce Lawyers – the top divorce lawyers in Las Vegas.

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Stacy Rocheleau, Esq.

Right Lawyers was first established by Stacy. In 2020, she was elected as a Family Court Judge. She has since moved on from the firm. However, Stacy's eighteen years of experience in family law continues to impact the practice. Her aptitude in law and her approach to cases have been taught and passed down to our attorneys. Bio & resume…


Rock Rocheleau, Esq (Practices Las Vegas).

Rock is the managing attorney and spouse of Right Lawyers' founder, Judge Stacy Rocheleau. Rock began his career in the business as an office administrator. He attended UNLV's School of Law at night while and worked during the day as well. Rock possesses a creative legal mind and is constantly seeking novel solutions to address his clients' legal issues. Bio & resume…


Brittney Salvatore-Perkins, Esq (Practices Las Vegas).

There are divorce attorneys, and there are lawyers. The distinction is immediately apparent. Brittney obtains most of her divorce customers from referrals from previous clients because they perceive her to be approachable, educated, and a genuine divorce attorney. Bio & resume…


Meredith Weiner, Esq (Practices Las Vegas).

Meredith, who was born and raised in Las Vegas, had always wanted to be a lawyer. Meredith's career began in criminal court, where she developed into an excellent trial lawyer. Meredith is now concentrating on using those talents in divorce court. Bio & resume…

Maggie Manning

Maggie Manning, Esq.

Maggie started her career practicing civil litigation and then worked briefly as a criminal prosecutor before finding her home at Right Lawyers. As a dedicated advocate for her clients, Maggie is committed to guiding families through divorce, child custody disputes, adoption, domestic violence cases, and other family law matters. Bio & resume…

Our Las Vegas Divorce Team Can Help

There are two ways our attorneys can help. The first way is to access the library of information on divorce, uncontested divorce, legal separation, and child custodyon our website. We have articles, videos, information on the difference between divorce and legal separation, calculators for modifying child support, two alimony calculators, and helpful tips for dividing assets and debts.

The second way we can help is through a consultation. A licensed divorce attorney will meet with you and help you understand your rights. The attorney will help you build a game plan to fight for your custody rights, your fair share of the property, and your rights regarding spousal support. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

Divorce can be uncomfortable and stressful, but we can help make the process easier no matter how complex your divorce is. Schedule a call with the Right Divorce Lawyers.

Right Divorce Lawyers
7455 Arroyo Crossing, Suite 220
Las Vegas, NV 89113
Phone: (702) 906-2141

What is Divorce?

A divorce is a legal proceeding that terminates a legal marriage. While there is no constitutional or federal right to marriage, all states allow for a legal status called marriage. Each state controls what a legal marriage is, and what rights a spouse has when married. Because each state sets the laws for marriage each state also sets the laws for divorce.

The state you can file a divorce in is called jurisdiction. You cannot automatically file your divorce in the state you got married in. You are only allowed to file a divorce in the state you and, if applicable, your children are currently residing in. Jurisdiction or knowing what state to file your divorce in can be confusing. To ensure you are filing your divorce in the right state, one of our Las Vegas divorce attorneys can walk you through these jurisdictional questions.

Is Legal Separation Required?

Legal separation before a divorce is not required in Nevada. A legal separation does not dissolve the marriage or your status as a spouse. Instead, it terminates your financial obligations so that you and your spouse will no longer share community assets or debts. Some states allow conversion divorce. After a statutorily mandated period of separation, conversion divorce converts a legal separation into a legal divorce.

No-Fault Divorce

Most states have adopted no-fault divorce laws. No-fault divorce means you no longer have to prove adultery or other undesirable behavior to be granted a divorce. Instead, the court only needs to find 1) that the relationship is no longer viable, 2) that irreconcilable differences have caused an irreparable breakdown of the marriage, 3) that discord or personality conflicts have destroyed the legitimate ends of the marital relationship and preclude any reasonable possibility of reconciliation, or 4) that the marriage is irretrievably broken.

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Uncontested divorce refers to a divorce action in which the court grants the desired divorce without requiring large amounts of litigation. In summary, an uncontested divorce is one in which the parties do not dispute the divorce or the conditions of their separation. Working with a dedicated divorce lawyer in Las Vegas will make things easier.

For a divorce to be uncontested, the parties must agree in writing to resolve any problems. In Nevada, the process is started by completing forms called a joint divorce petition. The forms explain the terms of the divorce. Both spouses then sign the joint petition. The judge reviews the petition and authorizes the divorce. The whole process takes about three weeks.

Before initiating an uncontested divorce, it is essential to get familiar with the state-specific processes for this type of action. Consult state laws and a Las Vegas divorce attorney for further information.

What is Property Division?

In a divorce, the court must split the couple's property. During property division procedures, courts recognize two distinct forms of property: separate and community property.

"Community property" refers to any property the spouses collectively owned during the marriage. “Separate property” consists of any property one spouse acquired and owned before the marriage. Nevada courts divide community property equally. Separate property is not divided. Property division can be complex when a spouse mixes their community property with separate property. This occurs when wages earned during the marriage are contributed to a separate property bank account or separate property asset. A Las Vegas divorce attorney free consultation can help clarify any points about property division during a divorce.

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