Nevada Divorce Records

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Nevada Divorce Records Search

A termination of marriage, divorce usually involves a court and judge in most U.S states. However, maintaining and issuing Nevada divorce records is the responsibility of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. Through the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, you can search divorce records dating back to 1911. Records earlier than 1911 can only be obtained from the department of county recorder. If you make a proper request for it, the Office of Vital records provides divorce records for a fee of $10. You can request for Nevada divorce records in person, through mail, over the phone or online.

If you choose to make a request through mail, you need to send a request that includes your name, the date of the divorce and the place the divorce occurred to:

Nevada Office of Vital Records
4150 Technology Way, Suite 104
Carson City, Nevada 89706

If you want to request Nevada divorce records over the phone, you need to call the Nevada Department of Health and Human services at 775-684-4242. People seeking divorce records in Nevada should keep in mind that the Office of Vital Statistics does not provide certified copies of divorce rather it verifies the legal status of a divorce. Apart from the relevant state department, you can obtain Nevada divorce records online through public databases. A single database is where these online services keep the divorce records. This makes it easy and quicker to conduct searches related to Nevada divorce records.

Although divorce records are treated as public records, the divorced person has the right to privacy. This is the reason the only information provided to a third person is the legal status of the divorce and where/when the divorce took place. All other records including grounds for seeking divorce, the issues related to child custody and the property settlement issues are not available for public viewing.

Contacting the relevant Nevada contacting for the divorce records is the ideal way to obtain Nevada divorce records but if you don?t know the exact county, you should get in touch with the Office of Vital Statistics. If you apply for the divorce records online or via mail, you?ll need to pay the fee through a check or money order. If you want to get any further information about Nevada divorce records, you can visit the website of the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services.

Nevada Divorce Records
Nevada Divorce Records

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  1. says:

    I,Jean Elaine Lumbart,68, San Antonio,now residing in Las Vegas since 2014,am the daughter of Dorothy Elaine Barnes Lumbart & Peter Charles Lumbart. My mother,Dorothy, passed 5/24/94 in San Antonio(Floresville/San Antonio)I never met my father. I believe they were divorced in Reno. I am trying to get more information on him because I am trying to locate him in hopes that he is still alive to find out health information on that side of my genealogy. I am thinking a divorce decree & its information might help me locate him.I appreciate any help I could receive in regards to this matter.

  2. says:

    David, we’re here to help. Please let us know what Nevada divorce information you are after and we can help you find what you are looking for

  3. says:

    It is mind boggling that a search for divorce, etc can not be done online or even via email.
    If not records/decree request done online, at least a search.
    Good heavens.
    This is what we’ve come to expect from our governmetn though.

  4. says:

    Patricia, if you need an official copy of your Nevada divorce decree you can contact the clerk of the courts where your divorce was filed or the NV State Department of Health as they also archive NV divorce decrees for official purposes

  5. says:

    I need to get a copy of my divorce decree for pension department to collect my pension I live in las vegas

  6. says:

    I am trying to find out if I am still married to Michelle Elaine Menees.
    I need to know if she ever filed for divorce from me.
    I never received a divorce decree or such.
    I am in legal transitions right now and before I sign any documents I need to know this information please.
    Thank You.

  7. says:

    Divorced in 1987, got my divorce decree for my pension but they are asking for “ complaint, settlement agreement “ how do i get that paperwork?

  8. says:

    Michael, we will need the full names of the divorcees in order to run a Nevada divorce record search for you

  9. says:

    Would like the date of the divorce between Michael and Catherine

  10. says:

    In order to obtain certified proof of your Nevada divorce you will want to contact the Nevada county courthouse where your divorce was filed and request a copy of your Nevada divorce records. You can obtain a copy of your Nevada divorce records online, via mail or in person.

    How to Obtain Proof of My Nevada Divorce

    1. Visit the Nevada court website where your divorce was filed
    2. Request an official copy of your Nevada divorce record
    3. Fill out the divorce record request forms
    4. Show proper ID and pay the processing fee
    5. Official divorce records are typically sent via mail

  11. says:

    Just need proof I’m divorced

  12. says:

    It sounds like you’ll need a certified copy of a Nevada Divorce Record. In order to accomplish this you will want to visit the corresponding Nevada courthouse where the divorce was filed and officiated. Talk to the courthouse clerk and they will be able to assist you with certified Nevada divorce records.

  13. says:

    I am looking for Devorse records for my father Darrel Bradley due to his deth we are having property ownership issues

Last Updated: 2016-12-29

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