Listed below are links that might be useful in finding forms for civil cases in the district court or justice courts:
If your case is in the district court:
- The Self-Help Center has a library of forms you can download and use. Click to visit our District Court Forms page.
- The Eighth Judicial District Court has a library of forms on its website. Click to visit the Eight Judicial District Court Forms page.
If your case is in a justice court:
- The Self-Help Center has a library of forms you can download and use. Click to visit our Justice Court Forms page.
- An individual justice court may also have forms available on its website. Click to visit Justice Courts.
You might also find forms relating to civil suits in district court and justice court on the following websites:
Not every form can be found online. If you can't find a form suitable to your needs on the Internet, you may have to create a form using a sample, an outline, or instructions from a variety of resources. Your local law library will be a terrific resource and the place to start your research. To learn more, click to visit Basics of Court Forms and Filing and Law Libraries.
The Self-Help Center forms have been approved for use in all courts in Clark County (unless the form or its listing above indicates it is designed to be used only in a particular court). However, use of the Self-Help Center forms is not mandatory, and a court may have alternative versions of a form available to the public.