I was married in August of this year in Nevada and I live in California but he lives in NV. He told me that he was having our marriage annulled over a month ago but I received no notice or paperwork. I called the courts in NV to check the records but they have no dissolution on record. He and I do not speak so I don’t know where else to find out if our marriage has been dissolved.
There are only 2 ways to get an annulment -- by agreement, which requires you sign papers, or by contested process, which requires you get served papers. He could not get a contested process done in a month, especially without serving you directly. And if he filed in Clark County (Las Vegas area), there would be a record. While it is possible he used a paralegal service and filed in another County, there still hasn't been enough time for things to be done. Most likely he's done nothing, and you are still married. If you do not wish to be married, you should take it upon yourself to file for either an annulment or a divorce.
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