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Do you help provide evidence of cheating

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 19th, 2017 on Family Law - Nevada
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Answered on Jun 20th, 2017 at 7:22 AM

The message is too cryptic to answer.  If the question is actually "is cheating relevant in a divorce?" the usual answer is "no," unless there is something else -- missing community funds, transmission of a contagious disease, etc., involved in the mix.  Otherwise, no matter how central to the motivations of either party, the fact is of very little relevance to the outcome of the case.  For an overview of divorce in Nevada, see th materials posted here.

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