Nevada Annulment Attorneys
If you or anyone you know in southern Nevada—Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, or Mesquite—are seeking an Annulment, you need the best legal representation you can get to help you move smoothly through the process.
You need The Law.
Why would you want an annulment? The Nevada Revised Statues (NRS) 125 deals explicitly with annulment concerns. There are several reasons you might want to annul your marriage, different for everyone, such as: lack of consent of parent or guardian, want of understanding, fraud, and many other concerns. The reasons for annulment can be as different as individuals. I have over 30 years of experience in this type of law and can help you whatever your case.
I can answer any questions you might have. Many people wonder how quickly an annulment can happen. There are a lot of requests for a quick annulment. The speed often depends on the particular issues with your situation. I can help. The complaint for an annulment can often require laborious paperwork and I can make that process very easy for you. Legal terms can be confusing. But generally annulments in Nevada move swiftly.
I would advise you to hire an attorney rather than try one of the quick annulment internet sites. While these sites might seem to save you money, a qualified attorney like myself will make sure all details in an annulment are resolved. You don’t want to leave yourself unprotected or not get everything you deserve from the dissolution of a marriage. Aspects of annulments can be as complex as divorces and you need to watch out for defaults by your former partner. Professionals like myself will make sure all divisions are fair and complete—you do not want to leave anything on the table that you might not be able to go back for if too much time passes.
If you are new to Nevada and seeking an annulment I can help with that, too. Marriages contracted outside the state of Nevada can be annulled. You need to live in Nevada for at least 6 weeks and we can begin the process for you.
If you are getting divorced or separated and want to add an annulment to the final decree, we can easily do that. In some cases it’s better to do both at the same time. We will discuss your situation and see if that’s an option you should pursue.
There may also be some situations for annulments that you would like to keep private. I have seen a lot in my 30 years working this type of law and I assure you we will take those situations especially seriously.