Civil Law Self-Help
The Family Law Self-Help Center only provides forms and assistance for family law matters. For other civil law matters – including evictions, housing, small claims, harassment and protection (other than domestic violence), and lawsuits and judgments for money – you can visit the website for the Civil Law Self-Help Center or visit the center in person.
Regional Justice Center, 1st Floor
200 Lewis Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89155
For recorded information, call (702) 671-3970.
Hours of Service
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays
The Civil Law Self-Help Center offers three different "Ask a Lawyer" programs - one for landlords and tenants with housing and eviction issues, one for homeowners with questions regarding foreclosure and the Nevada Foreclosure Mediation program, and one for unrepresented individuals seeking legal advice about their small claims case. The Ask-A-Lawyer programs offer self-represented individuals the chance to sign up for a short consultation with a lawyer free of charge. For registration information, visit the Civil Law Self-Help Center’s Ask-A-Lawyer website.