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There Are Many Ways to Save When Doing Your Own Divorce in Nevada

Your Nevada do-it-yourself divorce saves you money and time in when you and your spouse are in agreement with all the terms and conditions of your divorce. In this situation, you can file a Joint Petition for Summary Decree of Divorce, as Co-Petitioners. This is the most common way to file your own uncontested divorce in Nevada.

In Nevada, you can file for an uncontested divorce on grounds of incompatibility, and use 3StepDivorceTM to memorialize your agreement inexpensively. Additionally, there are other ways people can lower the cost of a divorce in Nevada when they do it themselves.

Nevada Courts Expect Good Organization

Your Nevada court will expect you to be organized and have the correct paperwork and all the documents signed and dated. Being and staying organized is crucial when filing for your own divorce and working with the Clerk in your County Courthouse.

By staying organized, not only do you have all the paperwork at your fingertips when you need them, but you are also helping the Clerk out and not wasting his or her time trying to go through the documents. Excess time typically results in added cost, because it is more time off of work and driving to and from the courthouse.

Notarizing Your Nevada Divorce Paperwork

Trips to the notary should be well planned because notarizing paperwork often means time away from work. The simple thing to do is shop for a less expensive notary close to home or work because notary fees mount up. Some companies have in-house notaries and some banks have notaries for their customers at a discounted rate.

Only some of the divorce papers need to be notarized in Nevada, and these documents contain notary clauses below individual signature lines. The documents that need to be notarized in Nevada are the Verification, Marital Settlement Agreement, Affidavit of Resident Witness when spouse lives in Nevada or Affidavit of Resident Witness when spouse lives outside of Nevada, and Certificate of Mailing.

Waiving Divorce Filing Fees in Nevada

When you file for divorce in Nevada, you will be charged a filing fee. Currently court filing fees range from $299 to $364 depending on the county where you live and/or file.

If you are unable to pay the court filing fees, you can request to have the fees waived by filing the Application and Affidavit to Proceed in Forma Pauperis. The paperwork profiles the petitioner financial situation. It may take up to 4 weeks for the court to make a decision on whether or not to approve the request. You must turn this application in at the same time you file the initial Petition and other divorce papers.

In Nevada, if your application for a fee waiver is denied, you cannot appeal the decision and you will be required to pay the filing fees to proceed with your divorce.

Paying Your Taxes After a Divorce in Nevada

Divorcing couples can generally save money filing jointly for the last year of their marriage. The year of your divorce (no matter what the month you got divorced) you can no longer file joint, married. Some things to consider would be your new tax bracket, and the parent who files head of household takes advantage of childcare deductions (if there are minor children).

Filing Nevada Divorce Papers by Mail.

In Nevada, you can file your papers with the local court by mail if you cannot make it to the court during normal business hours. You want to make sure you mail the documents to the proper court, your local court, with the correct fee and other requirements which will include a certain number of copies of the documents and self-addressed stamped envelop for both you and your spouse. This may not be the most cost effective way to file and if you can file in person, that is the best (and most common) way to file, especially for pro se filers.

Inexpensive Service of Process in Nevada

In Nevada, the County Sheriff, or any adult over 18 may make process as long as they are not a party to the case. Service by mail is the least expensive way to go and the most common method used.

The plaintiff can make Service by mail, or an attorney of record for the plaintiff, by any form of mail addressed to the defendant with a return receipt requested and delivery restricted to the addressee or the agent of the addressee.

Nevada Legal Aid Agencies and Affordable Legal Help

If you get stuck in divorce negotiations and feel the need of a lawyer, you can get legal help from the NevadaLawHelp.org NevadaLawHelp.org is a project of Nevada Legal Services, Inc., which helps low-income individuals solve their legal problems.

The goal of NevadaLawHelp.org is to provide the public with easy Internet access to basic legal information and legal resources in Nevada. You can reach Nevada Legal Services at four locations in Nevada.

Choosing Mediation

In Nevada, mediation is both voluntary and mandatory because the program may be suggested to parents by judges, attorneys, or by self-referral and mandatory because many Nevada judges are now ordering parents into mediation with the program. Mediation is required in Clark County when there are children. Mediation is not required if there is domestic violence or if the parties simply will not budge on their issues.

A Simple Divorce Process
Step 1 See if you qualify & create account!
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).

START HERE

Only $299 (flat-fee)

or 2 monthly payments of $157
or 3 monthly payments of $109
or 4 monthly payments of $84
Payment Options Do Not Delay Divorce
Instant Delivery - Instant Changes
100% Guarantee of Court Approval
or Your Money Back
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