Can I File For Divorce In Nevada If My Spouse No Longer Lives In Nevada?
The answer to this question is yes in order for a person to file for divorce in Nevada they must meet the residency requirements. Nevada has one of the shortest residency requirements in all of the states at least one of the parties in the divorce must have resided in the state for six weeks prior to filing the divorce.
Therefore, a person no longer living in Nevada can file for divorce in the state of Nevada as long as the other spouse is a resident of Nevada.
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