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HOW TO FILE NEVADA UNCONTESTED DIVORCE PAPERS

This is a summary of Nevada uncontested divorce filing procedures with an explanation of the primary divorce papers that are filed. The 3StepDivorceTM for Nevada helps you prepare all the required paperwork and provides you with much more in depth step-by-step filing procedures to finalize your own divorce than the ones presented below. 3StepDivorceTM for Nevada will show you how to file your own divorce in Nevada. This summary is written to give you a brief overview of the process and time-line.

Nevada is a no-fault only divorce state, and makes ending a marriage easier because of its very short residency requirement for a divorce: one spouse must live in Nevada for only six weeks before filing. In Nevada, most people base their divorces on the grounds of Incompatibility, or the fact they’ve been living separate and apart for at least 12 months.

Choosing to File a Joint Petition in Nevada

An uncontested divorce in Nevada requires a minimum of three forms to start. The easiest and most common way to file your own divorce in Nevada is to do a Joint Filing where both parties are co-petitioners. The initial documents are as follows:

These are just the initial documents to start the case with the Nevada court system. There are several other requested divorce forms for Nevada to complete the process. All the required divorce forms for an uncontested divorce in Nevada that is filing jointly as co-petitioners are provided through 3StepDivorceTM.

In addition, the co-petitioners may request a Joint Preliminary Injunction, which prevents either party from invading community property, changing retirement accounts or insurance policies, harassing the children, or relocating the children without consent.

One of the co-petitioners files the three initial divorce papers with the clerk of the District Court, and pays a filing fee of $299 (may vary by county). The papers may be filed in person, by mail or online. After filing with the clerk, the filing co-petitioner gives a copy of the paperwork to the other party and the original to the clerk.

In most Joint filing situations the non-filing spouse is willing to waive formal service of the Summons and Joint Petition. In this routine, the co-petitioners both sign a Joint Request for Submission, which must be filed with the court. If not, a “disinterested person,” not a boyfriend or a girlfriend, must serve the paperwork. The paperwork in both cases must be personally served. The person who serves the defendant must complete an Affidavit of Service, which must be returned to the court. If the sheriff or a private process server delivers the papers, he or she may have a form to show as proof of service.

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With court approval and after a diligent search, missing defendants may be served by publication, which printing copy of the summons once a week for four consecutive weeks in an approved newspaper.

In Nevada, anyone filing an action for divorce that is not Joint files a Financial Disclosure Form, which lists his or her assets and liabilities. The form must be filed within 45 days after service of the original Complaint and served on the other party.

When the spouses reach an agreement, the plaintiff files a settlement agreement and presents it to the court. Settlement typically saves money and allows the plaintiff and the defendant more control over the case.

After the papers are filed with the court it normally takes 14 to 28 days for an uncontested divorce to be finalized.

A Simple Divorce Process
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Step 2 Answer the questions at your own pace.
Step 3 Print, sign and file your divorce forms with your local court (instantly review & print your forms online or have them sent US Priority Mail at no additional charge).

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or 4 monthly payments of $84
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