Grounds for Divorce
Nevada is a no-fault state, so neither spouse has to prove to the court that the other is to blame the breakup of the marriage.
The most common ground for divorce is "Incompatibility," so if either spouse testifies that the marriage is broken and there is no chance for reconciliation, it is enough to grant a divorce.
Another ground for divorce in Nevada is "Living separate and apart for at least one year."
Also accepted as a ground for divorce is the insanity of one spouse for at least two years. Although no blame is assumed, this ground for divorce (unlike the other ones) must be proven before the court with persuasive evidence.