Nevada is among the states that have legalized gay marriage.
Here’s how to get one.
Article 1: Find out what Nevada is like as a state, and what your rights areIf you live in Nevada, your rights may depend on where you live.
Nevada law provides the following:The marriage license is a license issued by the court.
It is valid for one year and may be renewed annually.
It must be renewed every year.
The state’s constitution requires the issuance of marriage licenses every two years.
A couple may get married in person, by mail or by teleconference.
The court is not required to issue the marriage license in person.
The clerk must provide the court with a copy of the license and a statement of the applicant’s marital status.
The license may be valid for a period of up to seven years.
If you are married in Nevada and your spouse does not live in the state, the court can issue you a marriage license if your marriage is in the United States.
You may also obtain a marriage certificate if you live abroad.
Article 2: Get married if you are a NevadanIf you or a relative is a Nevadan, you may get a marriage licence from the state’s marriage license office.
A Nevada marriage certificate is valid and may have a state seal.
It should include the name and address of the couple, the date of marriage, the marriage certificate number, and the county where the marriage was performed.
If the couple is a U.S. citizen, the couple’s citizenship status must be confirmed by the Nevada Secretary of State.
If your marriage license says you or your spouse is a Nevada resident, the county in which you live must have the marriage registry in your name.
You and your partner must live in a state that requires a marriage registration.
If both spouses are Nevadans, the state will not issue you or any of your family members a marriage licenses unless the state has established residency.
If a Nevada couple gets married in a U-turn, the U-Turn Act allows the county clerk to issue you and your partners a marriage certificates.
A U-turned marriage is valid only in Nevada.
You can get a divorce if you and the other party live in another state.
The couple must have agreed to be married.
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that if you do not agree to be wed, the Nevada clerk must issue you the marriage licenses and provide the couple with a court order.
If an unmarried person gets married, the person’s spouse may get permission from the court to get married, but the permission must be given within a specified period of time.
A county clerk must verify that a valid marriage license was issued.
You must also provide the county with a notice of the proposed marriage.
The notice must be signed by the other person.
If neither spouse is married, your spouse can get married by filing an application with the court or a petition in a local or state court.
The petition must be accompanied by the filing fee.
The marriage certificate may be for up to five years and the couple must get a signed consent form.
If either spouse is divorced, the other spouse may apply to the Nevada Supreme Courts for a divorce decree.
If the divorce decree is granted, the divorce is not binding.
If it is not, the application must be in writing.
The county clerk’s office must verify the filing and signature of both spouses.
If both spouses receive the divorce order, the order may require either spouse to have the person to whom the marriage is to be performed registered as a domestic partner.
If one spouse is deceased, the spouse of the deceased may get the marriage marriage license but must get permission in writing from the deceased spouse’s spouse.
The deceased spouse may then get permission to get the license if the deceased person is not living in the same county.
If married at a ceremony that involves blood or semen, you and a spouse can obtain the marriage documents in person or by mail, by fax, or by posting a request online.
If you or the other partner has a medical condition that may interfere with the ability to obtain the documents, you can request that a certified copy of all of the documents be sent to the physician.
If an application is submitted to the county court to obtain a divorce or to obtain permission to have an order issued, the clerk must have an examination of the person and the documents to determine whether they meet the requirements of the divorce.
If one spouse has the papers in their possession and is living in a different county, the document must be mailed to the other.
If each party is married to another, the party who gets the marriage papers must pay the costs of getting the marriage done in the other state.
If neither party is paying, the cost must be paid to the state.
A couple can get divorced in Nevada without having to pay a court-ordered divorce fee.
You must have lived in Nevada for at least three years before getting married, or the marriage can’t be consummated.
If there are children