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Pre-Filing Stage: Before You File A Case

Learn about the pre-filing stage, where you evaluate whether it’s really in your best interest to sue. Filing a lawsuit is a big undertaking and can have major consequences. Take the time to analyze whether you have a good case and a chance of winning. Figure out whether there might be a way to resolve your dispute without suing. And if you decide to sue, take the time to plan your case and gather the information you need.

Attempting To Resolve The Dispute Out Of Court

Suing and going to trial can be one of the most expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating ways to resolve your dispute. Before you file your case, you may want to consider other options, like negotiation, mediation, or arbitration.

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Evaluating And Researching The Case

You should never file a lawsuit casually. Take the time now to research and answer the questions on this page to help you evaluate whether it’s in your best interest to sue. You’ll be glad you did!

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Deciding Who To Sue

Learn how to identify the correct person or business you need to sue, and get tips on how to name them correctly in your court case.

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Deciding Where To File

Learn how to figure out which court in Nevada has the power to decide your case (or in legal speak, the court that has “jurisdiction”) and where you must file your court documents.

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