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  • In Nevada, the actual fraud reason is stated in both the Complaint for Annulment and Decree of Annulment (although in the Decree itself, some judges will allow the language to simply mimic the language found in the Nevada Revised Statutes under annulment without stating specifics to your case, but not all judges accept this). However, in Nevada, you can request that your Complaint for Annulment and all related documents be sealed, so that the annulment appears to not exist in the public record. If you seal an annulment case in Nevada, no one will be able to find the filing by searching online and no one will be able to go to court to public records and request to see your file -- which they can do unless your case is sealed. Note that sealing an annulment does not erase your marriage record. http://www.NevadaAnnulment.org a Conexa, LLC website lawyer legal service...at paralegal prices

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