Nevada Legal Services - Indian Law Project

204 Marsh St.
Reno, NV - 89509
Phone Number: (775) 284-3491
Fax Number: (775) 284-3497



Nevada Legal Services, Inc. (NLS) is a non-profit organization providing free legal services to low income Nevadans. NLS is a state wide organization assisting every county in Nevada. Because we are primarily grant funded, we do have income guidelines we must follow. Generally, we can only represent Nevadans with income at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level. We also have restrictions on the amount of assets our clients can have. With our other grant funding these income levels can change. Please feel free to contact any of our offices and we will be more than happy to do an intake to see if you qualify for our services.


Providing assistance to the Tribes and Tribal members of Nevada


Mission Statement: It is the Mission of Nevada Legal Services to strengthen the community by ensuring fairness and providing equal access to justice for low-income Nevadans.

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County court is violating our rights. I do not want to have my parental rights terminated.
Tuesday, January 25, 2022

County court is violating our rights. I do not want to have my parental rights terminated.

Tribal law, Domestic Violence (victim arrested) criminal marijuana and paraphernalia, Terroristic Threat
Saturday, November 13, 2021

Tribal law, Domestic Violence (victim arrested) criminal marijuana and paraphernalia, Terroristic Threat

Termination of parental rights
Thursday, October 1, 2020

Termination of parental rights

So is this just for Indians or is it also for low income white people too?

So is this just for Indians or is it also for low income white people too?

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2021-11-13 23:37:54

I am looking for an attorney with knowledge of tribal law.

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