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Nevada Annulment - Frequently Asked Questions


Does Nevada have jurisdiction for the case?
There is no Nevada annulment residency requirement if you were married in Nevada. If you were not married here the state requires one (1) party must be a resident and pysically present in Nevada for a period of six weeks and has the intention of remaining in Nevada indefinitely, or if the party is military and Nevada is the home state.

What are reasons for Nevada Annulment?
There are 3 categories for Nevada annulments; a marriage that was void at the time performed (such as blood relatives, bigamy), a marriage that lacked consent (such as intoxication, insanity, underage), or a marriage based on some kind of dishonesty. Under fraud the state requires immediate separation upon learning of fraud. Also see our webpage on grounds for annulment.

How much does a Joint Petition Nevada Annulment cost?
Our cost is $400 and $325 for court filing/handling fee when it goes to the court.

How much does a Complaint Nevada Annulment cost?
Our cost is $500, $325 for court filing/handling fee when it goes to the court, $100 for service fee OR $100 for Due Diligence search and $100 for publication (can be higher). If the spouse cannot be served personally, the case has to be published. You must provide a witness who lives in Nevada who can testify that you have lived in Nevada for at least six weeks. We type this document for you.

How is an Nevada annulment different from a divorce?
An Annulment cancels or voids marriage as though it never occurred.

Is there any time limitation as to when you must file for an Nevada annulment?
There are no time limitations in Nevada; however, we encourage clients to file as soon as possible as it may affect the Judge’s decision. In addition, if you are using the fraud statutes the state requires immediate separation upon learning of the fraud.

Will a hearing be required for an Nevada annulment?
Judges have not required hearings, but it is in their discretion to do so. We have not had a hearing called in 6 years unless the other party contested the action and requested a hearing.

What documents should I include?
You should include any documents you have to substantiate your grounds for annulment, such as: Proof of different addresses, infertility, mental illness, disease, bigamy, (or other reason they are using) and the marriage certificate. If you do not have the We need to file the marriage certificate if married in Nevada and you don't live here.
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