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Uncontested divorce in Nevada

Filing for divorce in Nevada, you can choose from two options:

  • Initiate a contested divorce. This option is inevitable when the spouses have irresolvable disputes concerning alimony, child custody and support, or property division. They also have to hire lawyers who will defend their interest in various court hearings, which is quite expensive and stressful for both parties.
  • Have an uncontested dissolution. This kind of divorce is suitable for those couples who have managed to come to a full agreement. The advantage of an uncontested dissolution is that you don’t necessarily need to hire a lawyer to help you. Besides, this is the fastest way to end your marriage available in the state.

But even if you decide to go for an uncontested option, you will still face the struggle of finding and filling out the proper dissolution forms. If you can’t afford a lawyer and want to look for the documents on the Web, most likely, you will end up finding non-admissible versions of legal forms. So, the best way to avoid such problems is to use OnlineDivorcer.

We are a reliable divorce forms provider that has been operating for 12 years and managed to help thousands of divorcing couples. Working with us, you will get a fully customized pack of divorce forms filled out with information suitable for your case.

How does it work?

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See if you qualify for online divorce

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Fill out an online questionnaire

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Filing for divorce in Nevada without a lawyer

If you made a decision to divorce without involving lawyers, follow these steps:

  • Check whether you and your ex-husband or wife meet the residency requirements of the state. In Nevada, at least one of the spouses must have lived in the state for 6 weeks or more prior to filing.
  • Prepare and fill in all the required paperwork.
  • File the documents with the district court in your county.
  • Ask another person who is over 18 to serve your spouse. Alternatively, you can hire a sheriff or a private process server to deliver the paperwork.
  • Most likely, you will not have to appear in court, since judges often sign an uncontested divorce decree without a hearing.

How to complete a do it yourself divorce in Nevada?

Taking into account a sky-high price of a divorce with a lawyer, many people consider completing a Nevada do it yourself divorce. However, let’s review the whole DIY divorce process to see whether this option is worth the effort:

  • First of all, check the following aspects: a) whether you meet the residency requirements of Nevada; b) if you and your spouse are in a full agreement to qualify for uncontested dissolution.
  • Next, visit the official website of your state or county. Once on the necessary page, you need to find all the relevant information and required divorce forms. If you have no idea what documents are required for your case or are mandatory in general, you need to google this information or get legal advice.
  • If you and your ex have children, check the child-related state guidelines and find all the relevant forms that cover your kids. You will also need to find out whether there are court-mandated parenting classes.
  • Now you can fill in your forms, googling each unknown term and phrase in order to avoid making mistakes. Also, you need to be careful with the fields that have to be left blank for the court clerk to fill them out.
  • Check whether you have to attend some legal classes to learn to represent yourself in court without a lawyer.
  • Now you can print and start signing the documents. However, please note that some forms might need to be signed in front of a notary, so do not rush the signing process until you checked which documents require a notary signature as well.

As you can see, this option requires too much effort. It’s no wonder that many people decide to avoid such hassle and look for help with their documents in an online divorce company.

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Nevada divorce documents

We understand that finding the necessary forms might be quite a challenge. Therefore, to make the search a little easier, we have decided to show you some of the most frequently requested divorce forms in Nevada:

  • Divorce Complaint
  • Family Court Cover Sheet
  • Confidential Information Sheet
  • Affidavit of Resident Witness

Nevada divorce papers online

In order to get your Nevada divorce forms filled out, you will need to have the following information on your hands:

  • Your and your spouse’s full name and date of birth.
  • Date and location of your marriage.
  • Your and your spouse’s current address, as well as the address of all real property you own.
  • Full names, dates of birth, and current address of your children.
  • Information about your income, debt, insurance, and taxes.
  • Workplace information – both yours and spouse’s.
  • Info about vehicles you both own, such as model, make, year, and VIN.
  • SSN and driver’s license number.
  • Information about any previous court cases involving you or your children.
  • Description of property you and your spouse own.
  • Financial accounts information.
  • There might be some additional details required depending on your individual case.

Things you need to know

Filing

You have to file Divorce Complaint with the county district court. Then the paperwork has to be delivered to the spouse by a deputy sheriff or a process server, unless you find a person who’s over 18 to do it for you.

Residency Requirements

Either spouse must have lived in the state for at least 6 weeks prior to filing.

Waiting Period

There is no specific waiting period in Nevada.

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Getting a divorce in Nevada with a child

There a lot of issues that have to be solved by the divorcees with kids before the marriage can be finalized.

  • If you both are in agreement on child custody matters and a court deems your joint decision suitable, it is very likely to be approved.
  • If the spouses are not able to reach an agreement concerning custody, visitation, and child support, they have to attend mediation, where a professional mediator will help them do it.
  • As usual, both parents in Nevada are granted shared legal custody; it doesn’t matter how much time each parent spends with the child. However, one of the parents cannot be granted shared custody if the second parent proves that he or she poses danger to the well-being of the child.
  • If the child is over 13 years old, his or her wishes can also be taken into account while determining the custody.
  • There are no strict rules concerning visitation in Nevada. Parents should establish a schedule that is best for the child. However, if the judge makes a visitation decision, it will be either every weekend or every second weekend.

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