Nevada Legal Self Help
The Civil Law Resource Centre, located in the Regional Justice Centre, is responsible for meeting the needs of self-represented persons in civil matters before the courts and districts. The Eighth Judicial District Court and the Las Vegas County Court of Justice offer assistance to individuals who wish to represent themselves (per se) in court. Resources such as the Family Law Assistance Centre provide instructions and assistance in completing common court forms. In addition, the court registry provides many forms and resources for people seeking help filing claims and applications in district and court courts. The Family Law Support Centre is dedicated to serving the community by providing informed access, education, information and support services to self-represented individuals who have legal matters in family court. This website is provided to you by the Supreme Court of Nevada. You`ll find free forms and information for self-represented individuals in Nevada courts. The following sections will help you familiarize yourself with the courts, court forms, and laws and procedures that may apply to your case. The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada and UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law have partnered to offer legal information courses to the community! The Eighth District Court provides assistance to those who wish to represent themselves in family and civil courts. The centres provide general information and fill out blank forms that you can use. The Civil Law Self-Help Center is located at 200 Lewis Avenue in downtown Las Vegas.
It is open from 07:30 to 17:30. Monday to Thursday and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. You can connect to the centre by phone at 702-671-3976 and by online chat.