Frequently Asked Questions About the Nevada Divorce Center
At The Nevada Divorce Center, we provide a wide variety of legal document preparation services. We have a team of professionals that can arrange all of the paperwork you need to file for divorce in Las Vegas, NV. If you have any inquiries, check out our list of frequently asked questions below to see if it has already been asked before.
For all three cases, our services start at $199. We can prepare the documents you need, whether your spouse agrees or refuses to sign. Even if you cannot find them, we have got you covered.
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Court filing fees are included in our divorce FULL-SERVICE packages.
If you choose the PAPERWORK-ONLY package, you will need to pay the court filing fees. It ranges around $250-$289 depending on what county you live in.
Many people who are on a budget will pay us to prepare their legal paperwork first. When their next paycheck comes in, that is when they will give us the rest for the court filing.
Yes. If you have minors children we can still process the paperwork you need to get a divorce, annulment, or separation in the state of Nevada.
In order for you to get a divorce or separation in Nevada, you or your spouse must be a resident in the state. For you to be a resident, you must have lived in the state for at least SIX weeks.
To get an annulment in Nevada, you must be a resident of the state. If you are not, you must have been married in Nevada at least.
No, we are not divorce attorneys. Our team is composed of highly skilled document preparers. We are committed to saving you thousands of dollars in preparing your divorce, annulment, or separation papers.
Unfortunately, it is against the law for us to give you legal advice since we are not attorneys.
If you have any questions regarding legal matters, we can definitely refer you to a good Nevada divorce attorney.
Yes, you may use the different forms we prepare in any Nevada county.
Our clients have been filing in these Nevada counties:
The divorces, annulments, and separations that we prepare for our customers are typed on court-preferred documents. We backup the service we provide to our customers.
If for some odd reason the Nevada court does not accept the documents that we prepare for you, we will refund 100% of your money.
We reserve the right to prepare any additional paperwork that the court requests of you.
Yes. If you are in the military and your leave and earnings statement (LES) is within the state of Nevada, we can arrange your divorce papers.
If you purchase our FULL-SERVICE option, we can file your paperwork as long as you are filing within Clark County or Las Vegas.
Yes. We will prepare the proper documents for you so you can file for a “divorce by publication.” You will need to fill out an affidavit, which will show the court that you made every attempt possible to try and find your spouse.
This involves having a local newspaper (such as the Nevada Legal News, Review-Journal, or Las Vegas Sun) publish on their pages that you are seeking a divorce from your spouse.
After 20 days, if your spouse does not respond back to the court, they will allow you to get a default judgment on your spouse.
Yes. If your spouse refuses to sign the divorce papers, you will need to have them served by the sheriff or a process server. Your spouse will then have 20 days to respond back to the court.
If they do respond, then a court date will be scheduled for you and your spouse to settle the divorce matter.
If your spouse does not respond, then you can get a default decree and get your divorce finalized.
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