Case Number: 2019-008922


Client hired an attorney to help with the family case in District Court. A temporary order was granted giving sole possession of the property to reside in with the minors. But, client is not staying in the property at the moment in fear of ex-husband. Instead the property is currently being rented out for $700 per month. Client is living with the minors at her mother’s residence. Client states that ex-husband sold the house to another, at which point he violated the joint preliminary injunction from the Family Court case. Client states buyer knew about the divorce proceeding. Ex-husband received $25,000. Client did sign a quitclaim deed over to husband, when the property was refinanced per the realtor’s advice. Then, new buyer attempted to evict the client, but the eviction case was dismissed. The court order states that the preliminary injunction is granted, client will remain in the property with a modified rent payment, and new owner is precluded from evicting applicant. Applicant states her prior attorney withdrew because she ran out of funds. Court permitted client to respond no later than December 30, 2019. Applicant is seeking attorney presentation or advice for the civil case.

Case Number: 2019-000611


Client would like assistance in collecting his default judgment of $200,814. Default Judgment. The State of Nevada prosecuted pleaded guilty.   His sentence included making restitution payments to all 63 victims jointly. was ordered to make an initial restitution payment/deposition in the amount of $248,000.00 on July 7, 2015.  He has since been ordered to submit a minimum monthly restitution payment of $250.00.  Client would like assistance in enforcement of his civil judgment.

Case Number: 2020-003377


Hispanic female age 45 and also a single mother of 2 minor children. She is currently working part-time at a nursing facility. Client is low income and she’s receiving food stamp assistance in the amount of $519/monthly. She is not receiving child support.

She is seeking attorney representation to help transfer property title under her name and assistance with a QDRO after a Decree was granted on January 28, 2020 against opposing party.

Client states that opposing party, during the divorce process committed fraud by withdrawing the “Contractor Retirement Plan”. The plan had approximately $26k, which client was granted. Client was also granted child support, but has not received any payments. Client mentioned that after opposing party depleted the retirement plan and the decree was granted. The opposing party had been deported, because of the domestic violence. Client states she needs help with the QDRO.

Client was granted sole and separate property in the decree of divorce. The property is currently held as, wife and husband as joint tenants. Client needs help to properly transfer the title of property to her name.

Case Number: 2020-003377


Clients is a 45 year old female Spanish speaking only.  She’s a single mother of 2 minor children. She’s is currently working part-time at a nursing facility with a monthly income of $1400. She receives food stamp assistance in the amount of $16/monthly. She is not receiving child support.

She is seeking attorney representation to help transfer property title under her name and assistance with a QDRO after a Decree was granted on January 28, 2020 against opposing party.

Client states that opposing party, during the divorce process committed fraud by withdrawing the “Contractor Retirement Plan”. The plan had approximately $26k, which client was granted. Client was also granted child support, but has not received any payments. Client mentioned that after opposing party depleted the retirement plan and the decree was granted. The opposing party had been deported, because of the domestic violence. Client states she needs help with the QDRO.

Client was granted sole and separate property in the decree of divorce. The property is located in  North Las Vegas NV. The property is currently held as, wife and husband as joint tenants. Client needs help to properly transfer the title of property to her name.

Case Number: 2020-006439


Applicant (69 years old) seeks help on behalf of her mother (90 years old). She has a power of attorney over her mom who suffers from dementia. The mother is the owner of the loan and the mortgage over the property (home) and was allegedly defrauded by adverse bank into refinancing the home. Applicant states the original loan was with another bank and had a Disability Insurance attached to it which provided a good interest rate and that the interest offered at the time by new bank was way higher and she decided not to cosign the refinance along with her mother, advising mom not to sign it either. Daughter states her mother who was, at that time, diagnosed with dementia and only had Social Security as income was manipulated by adverse bank into singing a refinance for the next 30 years for the amount owed at that time, which was $84.508,64 ( the loan was for $95.000) and she now owes $258.893,87 (with interest). She states they are not behind on the payments..  It seems like they received a letter from adverse in February 2020 letting them know that a mortgage transfer will take place on March 2020 to a servicer. Applicant states she has been disputing the refinance of the home that her mom agreed to in December of 2006 with adverse.  Applicant states both she and her mother`s physician submitted letter to the COO of adverse in November of 2017 but they never received an answer. Applicant states her mom, who was 76 years old at the time and sick, was manipulated into taking a 30 years loan on her home with a minimal income. Applicant states that as of March 2020, adverse received $192.910,26 for a $95.000 loan. On June 25th 2020, applicant filed a complaint with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Case Number: 2020-008059


Client currently receives monthly unemployment income of $1,704. No other sources of income or public assistance. Client is seeking assistance regarding an: auto repossession by a private seller which to place August, 2020.While searching on Facebook market place he noticed a car for sale.

He reached out to the opposing party, who is the private seller. The parties engaged in a conversation using Facebook messenger and text messages regarding there agreement for the sell and purchase of the car. Adverse did not appear to be associated as with a dealership.  Client made an initial down payment of $1,000 to take possession of the vehicle. The payment arrangement was agreed bi-weekly between an amount of $450 to $500 until paid in full within a two month time frame. The total purchase cost for the vehicle was $3,000. Client has made a total payment amount of $1,850 and has proof of payment through a cash app.

He insured the vehicle after taking delivery. August, 2020, the vehicle was repossess by adverse. A follow up text message, basically stated that since payment has not been made per the agreement a decision was made to take possession of the vehicle. Adverse further informed that the deal was off. Adverse has not returned the amount of money paid by the client.