STEP 1 :
Determine if you have grounds for annulment in Nevada by either calling us at 702-420-7052 or 866-826-3662 or Contact us.
You can also read up on grounds for annulment as per Nevada annulment statutes. We'll reply promptly and tell you whether or not you qualify for an annulment.
To proceed immediately, complete your Secure Nevada Annulment Form (safe server). The ready-to-sign documents will be emailed to you no later than 24 hours after receiving the form, including weekends (excluding certain holidays), provided we have all your information.
Once we receive your signed and notarized documents, your annulment will be filed and processed through the appropriate Nevada Family Court System for your type of annulment case.
Your annulment is granted on average 1 to 2 weeks later (when both parties sign).
It does happen often enough that an annulment case is granted in just days when both parties sign (you've seen this on other websites), but we hesitate to make that promise to you since it highly depends on how busy the court is at the time your case is filed, and also depends on how busy the judge to whom your case is assigned happens to be at the time your case is filed.
If only one party signs the annulment documents, and provided the Defendant does not contest the annulment (such as contesting the valid reason for annulment given in the Complaint), your Nevada annulment will be granted in about 8-16 weeks - see the Complaint for Annulment (one-signature) page for more detailed information.
The exact length of time it takes to finalize a one-signature annulment depends on whether the Defendant can be served personally or must be served by publication, and also the pace at which your judge processes Nevada marriage annulments.
THE FINAL STEP :
We e-mail the final Decree of Annulment to you as soon as it becomes available to us.
There are NO court hearings for annulments in Nevada for a very large majority of cases unless your spouse contests the annulment. Our company NEVER requires you to attend a hearing. This is ALWAYS up to your judge.
If yours is the rare case that necessitates a hearing even when your case is not contested, there is a higher than 99.99% chance you'll be able to appear by phone instead of in person because Attorney James E. Smith is physically present in the courtroom representing you!