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In the case of a one-signature Nevada Annulment , one party acts as Plaintiff (the person who signs the Complaint for Nevada Annulment), and serves the other party (we arrange a process server for you) who is known as the Defendant.

In some cases, the Defendant ignores receipt of the Complaint for Nevada Annulment and does nothing, in which case the annulment continues as an uncontested Nevada Marriage Annulment matter. If this occurs, a Default is submitted the court on Day 22 after the date of personal service upon the Defendant (through a process server) or after the last date of the publication of the Summons if the Defendant could not be found by the process server.

Once the Default is granted, the Decree of Annulment is submitted for the judge's signature. Once the judge signs the Decree of Annulment, and the clerk files it, your Nevada Annulment (or Las Vegas Annulment) becomes final.

If your annulment develops as above, it is still considered an uncontested Nevada annulment.

If the Defendant files an Answer denying the allegations in the Complaint for Nevada Annulment, the annulment is now considered contested (see the column just to the right of this under "When is a Nevada ANNULMENT contested?" for details).

Once a Nevada annulment becomes contested, a court hearing is usually scheduled by the judge. In most cases, you may attend the court hearing over the phone while the attorney is in the courtroom on your behalf.

When you cannot locate your spouse:
If you cannot locate your spouse, you may still obtain a Nevada annulment through a Publication process. This involves attempted service on your spouse at the last-known address by a process server, followed by publication of the Summons in a newspaper if the process server could not find your spouse to personally serve him/her the Nevada Annulment Complaint and Summons.

Once your spouse has been properly served either in person or by publication, a Default may be entered on Day 22 after the last date of publication. Once the Default is granted, your Decree of Annulment can be submitted for your judge's signature on the Nevada Decree of Annulment. Once the Decree is filed by the court clerk, your Nevada annulment is final. Filing a Las Vegas annulment through the process of publication takes approximately 16-20 weeks.

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Attorney James E. Smith, a licensed Nevada attorney (Bar #052) based in Las Vegas, Nevada, has been representing clients like you since 1985. We treat you, and your Nevada annulment case, with the highest standards of ethics and professionalism. As a member of the Nevada State Bar it's required of him so you know that it's more than just words on a webpage; you can actually count on it. We provide you with actual licensed attorney representation - and not just typing of documents. And we file your annulment at court - not you. All you do is sign!

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There are NO court hearings in Nevada for uncontested Nevada annulment of marriage for the large majority of cases. If there is a hearing, 99% of the time, it is held over the phone. 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, in the large majority of cases, it can be held over the phone.

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