Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 3.227
Information form for family court: Development; contents; use.


In each judicial district that includes a county whose population is 100,000 or more:

1.

The clerk of the district court shall develop an information form for family court. The information form for family court must be:

(a)

Approved by the Chief Judge; and

(b)

Used to obtain the information described in subsection 2 from a party who files the initial pleading in a case that involves a matter within the jurisdiction of the family court.

2.

A party may not file in the district court the initial pleading in a case that involves a matter within the jurisdiction of the family court unless, at the same time that the party files the initial pleading, the party files an information form for family court which is signed by the party, his or her attorney or other legal representative and which specifies:

(a)

Whether the party is also a party in any other pending case or was a party in any other previously decided case assigned to a department of the family court in the judicial district;

(b)

Whether any other party in the initial pleading is also a party in any other pending case or was a party in any other previously decided case assigned to a department of the family court in the judicial district;

(c)

Whether a child involved in the case is also involved in any other pending case or was involved in any other previously decided case assigned to a department of the family court in the judicial district, other than a case within the jurisdiction of the juvenile court pursuant to title 5 of NRS; and

(d)

Any other information that the Chief Judge determines must be provided on the information form for family court, including, without limitation, any other information concerning a case described in paragraph (a), (b) or (c).

3.

The Chief Judge and the clerk of the district court shall use the information provided on the information form for family court to assign cases to a department of the family court in accordance with subsection 3 of NRS 3.025.
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