Joint Petition Divorce, Starting at $1,000

Posted: 17 September, 2019

This is not a “paralegal” service. This is a real uncontested divorce, or joint petition divorce handled by licensed Nevada divorce lawyers.

Our uncontested divorce packages are fixed fees and start at $1,000.  The includes, review or conversation with a divorce attorney, paralegal assistance, drafting of all required divorce documents, notarization of all documents, coordinating the judge’s signature, filing the documents with the court, and emailing you and your spouse a file stamped copy of your final divorce decree.

Our lawyers are licensed to practice in Nevada. Our office has been filing divorces in Clark County for over 15 years. Our attorneys have been divorce lawyers for over 10 years. We guarantee all our divorce documents.  Our documents are 100% court approved.

Uncontested Divorce, or Joint Petition Includes

  • Drafting of all required divorce forms
  • Review by a licensed divorce attorney
  • Paralegal assistance
  • Notarization of all documents
  • Coordination of judge approval and signature
  • Filing of documents. (Court filing fee is a separate charge)
  • Pricing starts at $1,000

Don’t compare this to other online divorce programs where a computer prints out the information for you to figure out how to file with the court. This is a personalized uncontested divorce.  We handle the entire divorce for you.   We guarantee our divorce documents and our service.

Your first step will be to work with a case manager to discuss the details of your divorce.  We then draft all the divorce documents needed for the divorce. We notarize all the documents and submit them for approval from a Nevada Family Court Judge. After the documents are approved we provide you a file stamped copy of the divorce decree for your records.

Benefits of  an Uncontested Divorce

The primary benefit of uncontested divorce is the savings in attorney fees, and the quick time frame for getting a final divorce decree. Uncontested divorces cost less because they require less legal hearings.   Uncontested divorces are a collaborative divorce process, not a litigated divorce process.  Because both spouses agree to the terms of the divorce, the court allows a joint petition to be filed.  The joint petition process is much quicker than a regular contested divorce.

Do You Qualify for Uncontested Divorce?

An uncontested divorce in Nevada is called a Joint Petition. This is name of the forms filed for an uncontested divorce. To file a Joint Petition one of the spouses must have lived in Nevada for 6 weeks. If you have children, the children must have been physically living in Nevada for 6 months. These are required time frames, but there are exceptions. Contact our  case manager to see if you have met Nevada’s residency requirements, or qualify for an exception.

The next stage in determining whether you qualify is to know whether you and your spouse agree to the terms of your divorce. An uncontested divorce means you and your spouse are agreeing to the terms of the divorce. All the terms. For most divorces this mean deciding how the assets, and debts will be divided. Dividing cars, homes, bank accounts, pensions, and 401K plans.  You may even need to discuss spousal support (aka alimony). If you have children have you will need to decide on a custody schedule, child support, and health insurance.

If you have the answers to these questions and meet the residency requirement then you probably qualify for an uncontested divorce. If you don’t know, then contact our case manager, or download our Joint Petition Worksheet. The worksheet can be used to discuss the terms of the divorce with your spouse.   By reviewing the worksheet you are able to determine how close you and your spouse are to agreeing on the terms of a divorce.

Get Started

The best way to get started is to call our firm and start a discussion with our case manager at (702) 914-0400.