Looking for a Divorce in Nevada?


Attorney James Smith has 25+ years’ experience and is dedicated to helping you
through this difficult time at the lowest cost possible.


Always a Free Consultation!


On the Road to a Divorce in Nevada?


I believe in access to affordable legal representation for all and I am dedicated to bringing you the highest-quality divorce service possible -- at a price that makes sense to you in our new economy...”
Attorney James Smith

Always a Free Consultation!




* 100% success record
* Make 2 payments instead of 1
* Your divorce documents ready to sign in
front of our notary within 24 hours… or less
* Dedication to truly serving your needs with compassion,
to the best of our ability and power

 Always a Free Consultation!


Divorce with Children


Are you seeking a divorce in Nevada and have children?

We make it as easy and as painless as possible so you can focus on your children.


 Always a Free Consultation!


Seeking a Legal Separation?


We make it as easy and quick as possible for you  to get back into the swing of things

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One-signature Divorce

(Complaint for Divorce)

  • 68697_16When filing a Complaint for Divorce in Nevada, one party acts as Plaintiff and the other party is known as the Defendant.
  • Once the divorce is filed, it becomes necessary to serve the Defendant with the Complaint for Divorce and the Summons. From that time on, the Defendant has 21 days to file an Answer and Counter Claim with the court. If the Defendant does not respond at all, your divorce case continues as an uncontested matter and a Default is filed with the court.
  • Once the Default is granted, the Decree of Divorce goes to the judge for consideration. Once the judge signs the decree, and the clerk files it, your divorce becomes final.
  • If the Defendant does file an Answer, you now have a contested divorce. If this occurs, it becomes very important to retain a competent and experienced lawyer who practices Nevada family law in order to protect your rights.

Can’t locate your spouse?

If you cannot locate your spouse, you may still obtain a divorce through a default process whereby the Defendant (your spouse) is “served by publication.” This involves attempted service on your spouse by a process server, at your spouse’s last-known address, followed by publication of the Summons in a newspaper, once a week for five weeks, if the process server truly could not find your spouse and therefore could not personally serve the Divorce Complaint and Summons to your spouse.

When is a divorce contested?

  • Even when the Defendant does not sign the divorce papers along with the Plaintiff, it does not necessarily mean that the Nevada divorce is contested.
  • If a Defendant does nothing after the Nevada divorce is filed and the proper procedure for such cases is followed, the Nevada divorce is still considered to be uncontested.
  • A Nevada divorce becomes contested ONLY when Defendant files an Answer (either through an attorney or in Proper Person) stating
    that Defendant contests the divorce.


Quick response to questions and a quick decree

The staff at Conexa is very knowledgeable and was very helpful in guiding me through the divorce process. I was very impressed with the quick responses to my questions and the speed in which my divorce was finalized. Hopefully, I will not need this service again, but if I do I would use Conexa.

M. H. Las Vegas, Nevada


One Signature Divorce

(only the plaintiff signs – uncontested)
Attorney fee $1299 plus court costs*

Advantages to you:

  • Licensed Attorney James Smith Represents You (practicing family law in Nevada since 1985)
  • Full Service! You sign, we do the rest
  • Make 2 payments instead of 1



A word from Mr. Smith

Hi, my name is James Smith, Esq. I’ve been practicing law in the State of Nevada for the past 25+ years. During that time, I’ve helped countless people with their Nevada divorces.
I believe in access to affordable legal help for all and I am dedicated to bringing you the highest-quality Nevada Divorce service possible — at a price that makes sense to you in the current economy.

Yours truly,
James Smith, Esq.

Nevada Divorce Resident Witness

  • At least one of the parties in a Nevada divorce must have resided in Nevada for a minimum of six-weeks just prior to the filing for either a Joint Petition for a Nevada Divorce, or a Nevada Divorce Complaint as per Nevada Revised Statute (NRS 125.020).
  • The Court requires proof of your residency in the form of a Resident Witness Affidavit. The individual who signs this sworn Affidavit in front of a notary must be another Nevada resident who knows you to have lived in Nevada for a minimum of six weeks before the date your divorce was filed.

*Court Costs currently $326 ($342 with children) for Joint Petition, and $364 for a Complaint) and cost of process service and publication (when the other party won’t sign or cannot be found) is additional: process service in Las Vegas is average $125 and in the U.S. average cost is $160; publication average $150. Out of country service costs vary by country and are individual to each case.