Churchill County, Nevada Lawyers
Martin Crowley has been practicing law in Nevada since 1987. He practices in a wide range of areas including bankruptcy, adoption, divorce, personal injury, criminal defense and more. Wills and trusts as well as probate and estates is a large part of Mr. Crowley's practice. Admitted to practice before all State and Federal Nevada Courts and the Federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
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Garrett Sutton, attorney, best-selling author and Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad’s Advisor for corporate strategies, is the founder of the Sutton Law Center. The firm assists individuals and businesses with Asset Protection, corporate and real estate counsel. Sutton Law Center assists its worldwide clients with: Asset protection strategies, Asset protection planning, Nevada Incorporation, Wyoming Incorporation, California Incorporation, Nevada LLC, Wyoming LLC, California LLC, LLC Formation, Operating Agreements, Buy-Sell Agreements, Articles of Incorporation, Business Incorporations ,Asset Protection Trusts, Asset Protection Corporations, Asset Protection service, Registered and Resident Agent Services, Mail Forwarding Office Packages. For more information please call our office 800.700.1430.
Las Vegas Defense Group criminal defense attorney Brian Vasek hails from UNLV's Boyd School of Law, where he honed his natural interest in criminology with such coursework as Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Evidence, Evidence, Trial Evidence, and Trial Advocacy. He also served as a Student-Attorney for the Thomas & Mack’s Juvenile Justice Clinic, where he represented minors charged with drug possession, graffiti, domestic violence, and soliciting prostitution. Additionally, Brian made time to clerk for the Clark County Public Defender’s Office and also joined its lobbyist in Carson City, Nevada to advocate for criminal justice reform during the 78th...
Las Vegas Defense Group attorney Adam Solinger honed his passion for defending people accused of crimes back during his undergraduate years at University of Redlands: There he make Dean's List four times and conducted extensive legal research on various timely topics such as death with dignity and marijuana decriminalization. In 2010, he served as the central research assistant for a medical marijuana academic paper that was presented at Oxford University. Adam used his time at UNLV's Boyd School of Law to continue honing his criminal defense chops. Not only did he earn cum laude honors and make the semi-finals...