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Our students, supervised by attorneys, teach classes on divorce, paternity, custody, guardianship, bankruptcy, small claims and foreclosure. Over the course of our partnership with the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, more than 45,000 people have attended our free legal.
Education classes, learned important information on their particular legal disputes, and have gained an understanding of their rights under the law. We continually review and expand these programs to be responsive to changing needs in our community, and we are happy to provide them as a public service.
This tutorial is part of our effort in making legal information more easily accessible to the public. ??? Welcome to the tutorial segment on establishing a guardianship in the state of Nevada. My name is April Green, and I am an attorney.
At the legal aid center of southern nevada, which I will call LACSN from this point forward. This community legal education tutorial is sponsored by LACSN and the William S. Boyd School of Law. The information is only intended to give general legal information about court rules, procedures and Nevada law.
Nevada guardianship law can be found in chapter 159 of the Nevada Revised Statutes. The information given cannot take the place of a private attorney, however. You may contact the Legal Aid Center at 702.386.1070, extension 155, for an opportunity.
To sign up for a free 15minute consultation with a family law attorney to answer any questions you may have about your particular case. Before we begin, I would like to give you more general information about our program. The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada,.
Along with the william s. boyd school of law, provides inperson legal education classes on the subject of guardianship once per week in LasVegas. You may call the Legal Aid Center at 702.386.1070 and follow the prompts regarding the classes and to obtain more information about the location,.
Served Papers to Change Custody Orders Seattle Family Lawyer Eric Engel Explains What to Do Next
Youve just been served papers to change custody of your children. what do you do? Hi. Im Eric Engel, a Seattle child custody lawyer with the Engel Law Group here in Seattle, Washington. If youve just been served with papers to change custody of your children, theres 4 things you need to do right away. One: you want to carefully evaluate the petition. You want to see what the claim is that theyre saying about you for why you should lose custody of your children. Two: you need to gather any objective evidence that you can that supports.
Your position that you should keep custody. these would be things like time slips that show youve picked up your kids from daycare or any type of records medical records, for example that show that youve taken your children to the . Three: youre going to want to take a good look at the other side. Now often when a party brings a child custody modification action or tries to get custody from you, oftentimes they have their own skeletons in their closet and they also should be examined carefully. Four: youre.
Going to want to set up a consultation with one of our attorneys. this is a very serious matter and youre going to want to have this petition carefully reviewed. If you dont treat it seriously, you could find yourself in a situation to where you do lose custody of your kids. Why am I telling you this? Im telling you this because youve just been served with papers to change custody and youre not sure how to respond. Youre watching this tutorial because youve just been served with papers to change custody of your kids.