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We Are Fierce Advocates For Our Clients

If you face divorce, the steps you make at this important time will set the tone for your future, financially and emotionally. At Kelli Anne Viloria, we can provide you with the legal guidance to set the tone for your future financially and emotionally so that you make the right decisions in regard to property division, custody, support and other divorce-related matters. Kelli Anne Viloria is a proven divorce advocate for clients in Reno and throughout surrounding Nevada communities.

Call (775) 476-5642 to tell us more about your situation and learn about what to expect moving forward. We have an experienced divorce lawyer standing by to help!

The Divorce Process in Nevada

The state of Nevada is a no-fault state for divorce, meaning you can file based on irreconcilable differences or incompatibility. You may also request to file for divorce by claiming that your spouse has suffered from insanity for at least two years, or that you two have been separated for at least a year.

Before filing for the divorce, you must meet the residency requirements of the state, which is six weeks. You must also file in the same county that you or your spouse lives. The process time in Nevada courts is usually a lot faster than other states. This is because there is no waiting period before the divorce is granted. If both spouses agree to all terms of the divorce, it will go much more quickly than for those who cannot agree. If you and your spouse can’t come to a mutual agreement on issues such as custody, asset division, or support, then you will most likely go to trial which may extend the duration by many months, sometimes a year or more.

Full-Service Divorce Law Firm In Reno

If divorce is imminent, now is the time to begin protecting your own interests. Without strong, proactive legal representation, you could be losing out on assets and property that should be yours. You could take on more debt than is rightfully yours. You could obtain an adverse ruling in regard to alimony/spousal support. If you have children, it is of paramount importance that your parental rights are protected.

As a full-service divorce law firm, we can help you with all of the above. We have the experience and resources to handle complex, high-asset divorces and contentious child custody disputes. Our diverse practice can address sensitive issues ranging from divorce involving domestic violence to same-sex matters. When circumstances change after divorce, we can help you address post-decree modifications.

Resolving Divorce Disputes

As a prosecutor, Kelli Anne Viloria spent thousands of hours in court. There, she developed the skills necessary to become a successful litigator. As a divorce attorney in Reno, NV, those skills are invaluable at the negotiating table and at trial. Kelli is a strong negotiator and seeks cost-effective divorce settlements through negotiation and mediation whenever possible.

Many couples attempt to solve problems amicably through a collaborative or uncontested divorce. Sometimes, however, people in divorce refuse to be reasonable, focus on the issues, or negotiate fairly, leading to vicious contested divorce proceedings. When that occurs, our family law attorney applies her extensive courtroom experience to protect her clients' rights.

Discover The Kelli Anne Viloria Advantage

If you are facing divorce in Nevada, Kelli Anne Viloria's legal team is here to fight for your rights. We serve clients in Sparks, Carson City, Incline Village, North Valleys, Sun Valley, Fallon, Fernley, Washoe County, Carson City County, Douglas County and across northern Nevada.

Contact our law office today online or by telephone at (775) 476-5642 to schedule a consultation with an experienced Reno divorce attorney.

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