Southern Nevada Senior Law Program (SLP) provides no-cost legal services to seniors ages 60 and above residing in Clark, Nye, Esmerelda, and Lincoln counties in Southern Nevada. Our program does not have an income requirement meaning we are able to help low income, moderate income, and fixed income individuals.

Southern Nevada Senior Law Program (SLP) was established in 1978 by the City of Las Vegas under the 1965 Title III Older Americans Act. SLP then transitioned into a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2012.

In order to qualify for SLP services, seniors must be 60 years and older who live in Southern Nevada (Clark, Nye, Lincoln, and Esmeralda Counties).

Regardless of income there are no costs associated for clients receiving legal assistance from SLP.

  • Estate Planning and Probate
    • Wills
    • Transfer on Death Deed
    • Termination of Joint Tenancy
    • Healthcare/Financial Power of Attorney
  • Long Term Healthcare
    • Nursing Home Wrongful Discharge
  • Elder Law Rights
    • Prevention of Elder Abuse and Exploitation
    • Guardianship Counseling
  • Consumer Matters
    • Scams/Fraud
    • Assistance with Legal Options Related to Debts
    • Small Claims Assistance
    • Contract Review
    • Merchant Disputes
  • Government Benefits & Public Entitlements
    • Social Security
    • Medicare/Medicaid Disputes
    • Veteran Issues
  • Real Property & Housing
    • Homesteads
    • Homeowners Association Issues
    • Landlord-Tenant/Eviction Disputes
    • Foreclosures
  • Outreach | Seminars | Legal Clinics
    • Monthly outreach visits to senior centers in the Southern Nevada area
    • Special accommodations may be available to residents of long-term care facilities
    • Weekly Legal Clinics offered in the SLP office for groups

You can call SLP at 702-229-6596, Monday-Thursday, 7:15am-4:45pm to schedule a telephone consultation or an in-person appointment. Virtual meetings are available upon request.


You can schedule an appointment by visiting our appointment page here.

For more information or additional services please visit the SLP website at or visit our social media pages on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Yes, SLP has Spanish speaking interpreters and bilingual staff available on location and on the phone.

If SLP cannot provide assistance they will refer you to the appropriate resources including, but not limited to:

  • Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
  • Nevada Legal Services
  • State Bar of Nevada Lawyer Referral Program
  • Nevada Care Connection/ADSD Resource Center
  • Clark County Senior Social Services

SLP is partially funded by grants from the Nevada Aging and Disability Services Division, the State Bar of Nevada Foundation, along with generous client and community contributions.