Cheap Divorce - Los Angeles Times Article
Cheap divorce was the subject of an article based on an interview with our manager Mr. J. MIchael Sunde, that was featured in a prior edition of the Los Angeles Times, regarding the annulment of Darva Conger, the bride from the short-lived television event, "Who Wants To Marry a Multi-Millionaire."
Cheap Divorce, Easy Way to Undo Darva's 'I Do'
By BOOTH MOORE
February 25, 2000
(Cheap Divorce Article Edited Due to Space Limitations)
After several days in seclusion, "Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?" bride Darva Conger of Santa Monica broke her silence all over the place this week, admitting that her appearance on the television show was a mistake.
She was sickened from the beginning of the Las Vegas broadcast, through the beachwear competition, and especially when Rick Rockwell kissed her just moments after the two met and married in front of 24 million television viewers, she told NBC's Matt Lauer on Thursday. Although she has not yet filed for an annulment, she says she is planning to do so.
Well, I've got some great news for Darva: Getting an annulment in Nevada is easier than getting married to a stranger on TV in front of millions of people. J. Michael Sunde, general manager of Nevada Divorce & Paralegal Services in Reno. "It was one of most ludicrous marriages the world has ever witnessed," Sunde said.
The bride and groom, both Californians, would probably not even need to return to Nevada because residency is not a criteria for annulment, as it is in some states, and most Nevada judges don't require a hearing.
And guess what? You don't have to be a multimillionaire to get an annulment; it only costs about $500 and can take as little as two days.
Since we must assume that, under the circumstances, Conger has money issues, she might want to consider this: Sunde is offering to shepherd her through the annulment for free.
Maybe Sunde could talk her through the process on live television. They could call the show "Who Wants to Divorce a Multi-Millionaire?"