Splitting the Blanket
A Divorce isn't easy to get in the first half of the 20th century or at least it isn't in most parts of the world. In the American West laws are lenient and judges are understanding. Nevada recognizes nine grounds for divorce - impotency, adultery, desertion, conviction of a felony, habitual drunkenness, neglect to provide the common necessities of life, insanity, living apart for three years, and extreme cruelty entirely mental in nature. The only thing else you need is six weeks of residency. You and thousands other divorce seekers out there.
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