Legal Aid Center in the News
New NV Hotline to Report Abuse by Court-Appointed Guardians
March 13, 2018
After a rash of high-profile cases, a brand new hotline has just been established for Nevadans to report abuse or neglect by court-appointed guardians.
Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Offering Support In Florida Shooting
February 15, 2018
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is offering support to 1 October survivors affected by the mass shooting that happened on Wednesday at Parkland High School in Florida.
Financial Advisors Provide Pro Bono Advice to October 1 Las Vegas Survivors and Victims’ Families
February 6, 2018
Fiduciary, fee-only advisors from around the country today volunteered free financial advice to Las Vegas Tragedy survivors and victims’ families.
1 October Survivors Urged To Fill Out Online Form
February 8, 2018
The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center is encouraging anyone who was present during the 1 October mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival or affected by it to fill out an online intake form posted on its website.
Legal Aid Center offering help to local immigrants
January 30, 2018
Tuesday, the President will give his first ever State of the Union address, and he's expected to touch on immigration.
Legal Aid Center helping victims of Oct. 1 shooting put their lives back together
January 29, 2018
Weeks after the Oct. 1 shooting, some survivors received letters from a lawyer saying he could help them file a claim for one of the victim compensation funds.
County Rising funds land in Puerto Rico, Vegas, Louisiana, Florida, Texas
January 22, 2018
Several charitable organizations in multiple states as well as Puerto Rico are benefiting from grants provided by the Country Rising Fund at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
Supreme Court rules Nevada payday lenders can't sue borrowers on second loans
January 14, 2018
Nevada’s highest court has ruled that payday lenders can’t sue borrowers who take out and default on secondary loans used to pay off the balance on an initial high-interest loan.
Flood of frustration over leaky roofs: How to get landlords to repair damage
January 10, 2018
As the sun shines on the Las Vegas valley once again, many are left drying out and cleaning up damage left behind by leaky roofs and even ceiling collapses.
Free help with DACA, TPS & more!
Get help with DACA renewals, TPS, learn if you have a path to citizenship, or speak with an attorney. Go to a free class or call our Immigration Hotline at 386-1070, x1756 (Spanish) or x1750 (English)
Our partnership with Vegas Strong Resiliency Center
Helping victims and their families navigate legal issues stemming from the Las Vegas strip tragedy.
LACSN Provides Vegas Strong Financial Toolkit for Those Affected by Oct. 1 Shooting
December 1, 2017
The Vegas Strong Investment & Financial Planning Toolkit offers a wealth of information from tips to avoiding financial fraud to how to choose an investment professional.
How to keep your rights: free event on guardianship alternatives
LAS VEGAS (KTNV) Nov. 27, 2017 - Judge Frances Doherty and the Second Judicial District Court, with the support of the State Bar of Nevada, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada, and National Resource Center for Supported Decision-Making, are sponsoring a statewide outreach event on November 28, 2017 in Las Vegas.
We have a new class about Payday & Title Loans
Come to this free class and find out what you need to know about payday and title loans, including what lenders can and cannot do. This class is offered the 1st Wednesday of the month.
Nevada bill raises total-loss threshold to 80 percent, cuts repair cost exemptions
April 6, 2017
A Nevada bill raises the threshold for a total loss to 80 percent and proposes that anything else totaled by an insurer should get a salvage title.
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