It might be as easy as contacting the clerk of court (or at least checking the docket) and see if there was ever a final judgment entered. I'm not sure about the rules in Nevada (you might want to repost under Nevada in Avvo), but in Florida a judge wants to review the residency evidence so the petitioner has to make an appearance in court. If the case has been dismissed for lack for prosecution, you should have an attorney because trying to file in Nevada while stationed in Florida could be a real hassle.
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I agree with my colleague, you should be able to call the Clerk of Court or to view their online dockets to ascertain the status. If it has been dismissed for lack of prosecution, then you would have to file wherever you are eligible in terms of jurisdiction. Best of luck.
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You don't need an attorney right now. Call the Clerk of Courts and ask or see if the court has records online. Try this http://www.clarkcountycourts.us/clerk/records-search.html
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