You must have Adobe Reader (or above) to open and use most of the forms.  "Pdf fillable" forms can be saved to your computer and then you can type in them.  "Pdf" forms cannot be completed on your computer, but you can print and complete by hand.  

For information about how to fill out and file court forms, please read Basics of Court Forms.

 

Annulment Complaints

Visit How to File for Annulment to learn more about the legal process.

All of the following forms are required to file a Complaint for Annulment:

Family Cover Sheet (pdf fillable)

Summons (pdf fillable)       Summons (pdf)

Annulment Complaint - No Children (pdf fillable)   Annulment Complaint - No Children (pdf)

OR

Annulment Complaint - With Children (pdf fillable)   Annulment Complaint - With Children (pdf)

  

Annulment Answers & Counterclaims

Visit How to Respond to an Annulment Complaint to learn more about the legal process.

Answer Only (pdf fillable)  

Answer Only (pdf) 

Answer & Counterclaim for Annulment - No Children (pdf fillable) 

Answer & Counterclaim for Annulment - No Children (pdf)

Answer & Counterclaim for Annulment - With Children (pdf fillable) 

Answer & Counterclaim for Annulment - With Children (pdf)

 

Annulment Reply to Counterclaim

Reply to Counterclaim (pdf fillable)

Reply to Counterclaim (pdf)

 

Annulment Decrees

Visit How to Get the Final Annulment Decree to learn more about the legal process.

Decree of Annulment – No Children (pdf fillable) 

Decree of Annulment – No Children (pdf)

Decree of Annulment – With Children (pdf fillable) 

Decree of Annulment – With Children (pdf) 

SUPPLEMENTAL DOCUMENTS NEEDED TO GET AN ANNULMENT DECREE WITHOUT A HEARING:

Affidavit of Resident Witness (pdf fillable)

Affidavit of Resident Witness (pdf)

Request for Submission (pdf fillable)

Request for Submission (pdf) 

  

If you cannot find the form you are looking for, please check the Miscellaneous Forms page. 

About This Website

This website is intended to provide general information, forms, and resources for people who are representing themselves in Nevada's courts without a lawyer. There may be additional information you need to know depending on where your case is being handled. If you will be representing yourself in Clark County or Washoe County, you should visit those self-help websites for specialized forms and instructions.

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