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Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada - (702) 386-1070, (800) 522-1070, TDD (702) 386-1059 http://www.lacsn.org/
Provides free assistance for the following issues: bankruptcy, child custody, children's rights, consumer fraud, divorce and other family law problems, disability law, guardianship, housing problems, immigration problems connected to domestic violence, special education issues, paternity, real estate, small claims, social security benefits, HIV/AIDS legal problems, domestic violence. Must meet low-income eligibility requirements.
Clark County Family Law Self-Help Center http://www.familylawselfhelpcenter.org
Clark County Civil Law Self-Help Center http://www.civillawselfhelpcenter.org
We also offer FREE legal classes in divorce, custody, bankruptcy, small claims, guardianship, foreclosure, record sealing and collection proof. many of these classes have self help materials online and a few have online video versions as well. Additionally, some of our classes are taught in Spanish. Learn more from the link below:
Clark County Public Defender - http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/depts/public_defender/pages/default.aspx
Adult Defendants - Phone (702) 455-4685 Fax (702) 455-5112 Juvenile Defendants - Phone (702) 455-5475 Fax (702) 455-6836
The Office of the Clark County Public Defender provides zealous representation for our clients accused of crimes. We practice in front of all of the Justice Courts in Clark County , before the 8th Judicial District Court and before the Nevada Supreme Court.
We are dedicated to aggressive, quality representation and,when appointed by the court provide a full range of criminal litigation service to our clients. You must meet low-income eligibility requirements.
Federal Public Defender Office - (702) 388-6577 FAX (702) 388-6261 - http://nvx.fd.org/
The federal public defender provides legal representation to persons accused of crimes in federal court. You must meet low-income eligibility requirements.