Free Nevada Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in Nevada, you must have lived in Nevada for at least six weeks before filing for divorce AND intend to make Nevada your home for an indefinite period of time. The law does not define what constitutes an indefinite period of time.

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Nevada Divorce Forms
Nevada Divorce Forms

Nevada law allows any person to represent themselves in a legal proceeding. If you decide to represent yourself in a divorce, you are responsible for understanding the laws that govern your case and for filing the proper legal documents. The laws and rules are set out in the Nevada Revised Statutes, The Rules of Civil Procedure, and the local rules governing the jurisdiction in which you are filing the divorce.


To file for divorce, you will need the following Nevada divorce forms:

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Nevada Family Case Explanations and Definitions

Nevada Complaint For Divorce No Children OR

Nevada Decree of Divorce No Children

Nevada Complaint For Divorce With Children OR

Nevada Decree of Divorce With Children

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Nevada Notice of Entry of Decree of Divorce

Nevada Affidavit in Support of Request For Summary Disposition For Decree of Divorce

Nevada Request For Summary Disposition For Decree of Divorce

Nevada Short Form Financial Declaration

Feel like you need a divorce lawyer? Visit our Divorce Lawyers in Nevada page.

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