Annulment Overview

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An annulment is the legal process to void a marriage. If an annulment is granted, it means the parties were never legally married. An annulment means the marriage never happened (so there is no division of property, etc.) whereas in a divorce, the marriage did happen and property must be divided, etc.

What are the Requirements for an Annulment in Nevada?

To get an annulment, one of the parties must have lived in Nevada for at least six weeks prior to filing for the annulment, or the parties must have been married in Nevada. In addition to these requirements, the parties must have grounds for annulment. The grounds for Annulment are listed in NRS 125.320 to 125.350, and are as follows:

  • Lack of consent of parent or guardian.
  • Want of understanding.
  • Fraud.
  • Grounds for declaring contract void in equity.

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