If you were married in Nevada, you do not need to be a current resident to seek an annulment,
but you must have grounds for an annulment. If you are seeking an annulment, you either
need to prove there was fraud, want of understanding, one person was already married, lack
of parental consent for spouses between 16 to 18 years old, or the parties are related closer
than second cousins of the half-blood.

If you are seeking annulment for any reasons, you should discuss your case with an
experienced attorney. When an annulment is granted, legally it is as though the marriage
never happened. In the event your case does not qualify for annulment, you can still file for
divorce if one of the parties is a Nevada resident for 6 weeks prior to the filing of the Complaint
for Divorc