Archive for May, 2014

Mandatory Electronic Service in Clark County

On May 9,   the Chief Judge for the Eighth Judicial District issued Administrative Order 14-2 mandating mandatory electronic service for all  pleadings effective June 1, 2014.  The $2.00 mandatory fee for electronic service is also being eliminated effective June 1.  For those without  an electronic filing account, the Court Clerk will continue to accept walk up filings and service.



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creditor claims in Nevada probates

Creditor claims in probate are generally governed by NRS Chapter 147 and provides a mechanism for creditors of the decedent to have their claims considered and possibly paid by the estate.

The legal representative has a duty to publish and mail notices to creditors.  The method by which notice is given is described in NRS  155.020.  The time limit for filing a claim may vary and is governed by NRS  147.040 and must be consulted.  However, the general rule is that  claim must be made within 90 days.


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Welcome to Attorney Larson Welsh

We want to welcome Larson Welsh to the Law Office of Hayes and Welsh.  Larson will be handling primarily creditor rights cases.

Larson Andrew Welsh grew up in Henderson and graduated from Green Valley High School. Larson then attended Utah State University, graduating in 2007.  He graduated from the UNLV Boyd School of Law in 2011.

Larson focuses his current practice on civil litigation and creditor’s rights, which includes landlord/tenant law, consumer collection and collecting judgments.

Larson has a broad range of civil litigation experience.  Larson has actively litigated cases in the following areas of law: Title VII (employment discrimination); the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA); the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act; Fair Credit Reporting Act; and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.

Larson has also represented clients before various Nevada Administrative Agencies, including the Nevada Labor Commissioner and the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.

Outside the office, Larson coaches youth basketball, teaches Sunday school and is active in local political campaigns. He enjoys the outdoors, basketball, playing piano and spending time with family.

Court Admissions:

  • Nevada;
  • District Court of Nevada;


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