Divorce Cost in Nevada

Getting divorced in the state of Nevada will set you back anywhere in the region of $4,000 to $30,000, with a $13,700 average. However, if there are minor children or property involved this the average figure could easily soar much higher.

The average cost of a divorce case involving children in Nevada is around 50% higher than the national average, reaching to around $20,600. Where there are alimony disputes (whether or not children are involved) is around $19,000 in the state of Nevada. Much of this cost comes from the added fees of financial experts and vocational analysts in which to determine the amount that should be paid.

Where there are dispute over property, divorces in Nevada cost higher than average, stretching to around $19,000 on average. When it comes to high-net worth couples this figure is likely to be much higher as more fees will need to be spent on professions having to review various real estate, retirement funds, savings accounts, and other brokerages.

The price of an uncontested divorce in Nevada costs $299 provided no legal representation is required.

Name of the service Costs
Court filing fee $244-$304
Summons $17 + mileage
Notary costs $5
Papers service $15-$36
Attorney services $260 per hour (on average)

There are also additional expenses that may be needed:

Name of the service Costs
Property appraisal $326 (on average)
Parenting classes $25-$85 per spouse
Child custody evaluation $234-$275
Certifications $3
Copies $0.5 (per page)