This is our most common question. While we aim to be fully transparent, this answer depends on multiple factors making it difficult to estimate the total cost without getting to know about your family. In Nevada, the average divorce costs about $14,000. As you can imagine, no two divorces are the same. Marital estate, child custody, alimony, and property disputes are some factors that increase the complexity of the divorce which may have an impact on the total cost. We realize divorce is emotional and worrying about costs can be intimidating. At Work Law, we are upfront and transparent. To be proactive, we will ask you to share financial information and relevant facts about your children at your consultation. At that time, we will provide advice and share expectations as we go through this process together.