Nevada is not a traditional "forms state," meaning there are not many standardized forms created for you. Many of the district courts have put forms on their websites for the public. We have been told that most courts will except forms from other courts as long as you change the formatting to match the court in which you are filing in. DO NOT USE WHITEOUT. Rather, cross out and put in the correct court and county.
Listed below are links to resources where forms may be located. The new Supreme Court Self-Help Center contains forms on family law and guardianship that may be used in all district courts throughout the state.