eighth Judicial District Court
The Eighth Judicial District Court is the largest general jurisdiction court in Nevada. It serves Las Vegas and all other communities in Clark County and is part of the judicial branch of state government as set forth by the Nevada Constitution.
When someone files for bankruptcy, it provides them with a fresh start by discharging debt or making a plan to pay it off. All bankruptcy cases are handled in federal courts and can be classified into primarily three different categories. Although individuals can file bankruptcy on their own, it is highly recommended that they seek a qualified lawyer for professional advice. Matthew L. Johnson is one of only eleven (11) attorneys in the state of Nevada who is Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification. He is also one of only four (4) attorneys recognized by the State Bar of Nevada as a certified specialist in Business Bankruptcy Law.
A lien is the right to keep possession of another's property until their debts have been discharged. A lien may help a creditor ensure that they are paid for services, materials, or other work provided on behalf of a customer. At Johnson & Gubler, P.C., our attorneys are highly experienced in both prosecuting and defending mechanic's liens, judicial liens, consensual liens such as deeds of trust or mortgages, and all other types of liens. To learn more about your rights under state law, contact one of our attorneys today.
Las vegas Case Filing
Our firm can assist you in determining the proper court that will best suit your needs if a case needs to be filed on your behalf. These courts include, but are not limited to, the United States District Court for the District of Nevada, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada, the Eighth Judicial District Court, the Las Vegas Justice Court, the Small Claims Court, the Court of Appeals of Nevada, and the Supreme Court of Nevada. To discuss which court is best for you, contact our firm at 702-471-0065.
The American Board of Certification is the nation's premier legal specialty certification organization—certifying attorneys as specialists in business bankruptcy, consumer bankruptcy and creditors' rights law. Matthew L. Johnson is one of only eleven (11) attorneys who is Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law.
Nevada Business Entity Search
Johnson & Gubler, P.C. has significant experience in the formation of corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, and sole proprietorships. To determine whether the name you wish to use for your business is available, you may conduct a search here.
Nevada Secretary of State
Johnson & Gubler, P.C. can assist you in ensuring that your real property is titled in the most beneficial way to suit you. Real property can be owned by an individual, by joint tenants with rights of survivorship (meaning that the property will automatically pass to the co-owner on the death of the other owner), as community property, as tenants in common (meaning that upon the death of a joint owner, that owner's interest can be transferred to whomever that owner desires, and their interest in the property does not automatically pass to the surviving co-owner upon the death of the first owner to pass away), and in a variety of other ways. Determine how your real property is currently titled in Clark County.
United states Bankruptcy Court
The United States Bankruptcy Court's website offers information for debtors, creditors, and the general public on federal bankruptcy laws as well as information on the different chapters under which a bankruptcy case may be filed.