Need an annulment attorney? You may file an annulment in Nevada without being a Nevada resident if you were married in Nevada.
If you were married outside Nevada, you may also file a Nevada annulment provided you establish residency prior to filing. Members of the military who are Nevada residents, but are stationed elsewhere can also file in Nevada whether or not they were married here.
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- The first thing to do is for us to establish your eligibility, and I can help you with that. Email me or call me at 702.562.4209
- You’ll receive a prompt response with valid reasons explained in plain language and we’ll strategize the best way to handle your case.
- I’ll email the annulment documents you need to sign to you. Clear instructions for you and your notary will be included.
- The documents must be signed in front of a notary — either in your state or country of residence, or at my office if you are in Las Vegas.
- Once I have the original signed and notarized documents in hand, I will sign the pleadings and file your Nevada annulment
- Your annulment is granted, on average, two weeks later (when both parties sign).
- If your spouse does not sign the annulment documents and does not file an Answer after being personally served, the judge will make a decision within an average of 14-16 weeks.
- If your spouse does not sign the annulment documents and cannot be found to be personally served, publication will have to occur. In this case, it could take up to 25 weeks for your annulment to be granted.
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