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We are a new and unique Family Law Paralegal Service specifically designed to serve self-represented litigants (also known as "Pro Se" litigants, hence our name) with their cases in Clark County Family Court. 

Whether you are looking for help with a divorce, child custody case, paternity action, legal separation, annulment, or termination of parental rights case, we can help with Complaints; Answers; Motions; Oppositions; Stipulations; Orders; Discovery Documents; Final Decrees; and much more.

We prepare your documents, file them with the court, and serve them to the opposing party for you. We also offer assistance with procedural matters, to get you fully prepared to represent yourself in Family Court. 

Our professional services are designed to ALLEVIATE STRESS -- in what can be an overwhelming and intimidating process -- while saving you valuable TIME and MONEY. Please take a look around our site and learn more!

Disclaimer:  We are NOT attorneys authorized to practice in Nevada and we are prohibited from providing legal advice or representation to any person.

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What We Do

Welcome to Pro Se PROS Online!

Currently, close to 70% of litigants in Clark County Family Court represent themselves without an attorney (commonly referred to as “pro se” or "proper person" litigants).  As family court litigants ourselves — in highly contested child custody matters since 2005 — we know first-hand how stressful, overwhelming, and intimidating the court process can be.  That’s why we are here to help.

In 2019 alone, nearly 75,000 sets of pleadings/papers were filed into domestic relations cases in Clark County, Nevada. With a limited number Family Court Judges on the bench, handling as many as a thousand open cases at a time, your first impression is crucial.  Your papers and pleadings need to be on-point, while conforming to all of the Court’s procedural requirements, and you need to be READY to present yourself with poise and confidence.

Pro Se PROS offers professionally prepared legal documents that will get RESULTS. We prepare. You approve.  We then file and serve your documents for you.

We can also help with drafting discovery documents, subpoenas, deposition notices, pre-trial memorandums, and preparing exhibit binders for trial.

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Our Week in "Reviews" 

Thank you to our amazing clients for the nice comments and great feedback this week!

"I needed to file a motion for my custody case and I was extremely overwhelmed, I didn't know how and where to start.

Luckily, someone I trust recommended Mark Diciero, and I'm so glad I reached out to him. I told him everything I wanted to be included in the motion, and he didn't disappoint me. Not only did he put everything I asked of him, but he also included things I never knew I needed for my case.

Mark is very professional, open to changes or modifications, and answers all my questions promptly. He's definitely someone I would recommend to everyone because he's very knowledgeable and definitely knows what he's doing.

I am beyond grateful that I have used Mark's services. He is such an amazing guy! And I highly recommend him. Whatever you're about to pay for his services, trust me, it's 100% all worth it.

Thank you Mark for everything. Now, I believe I have a fighting chance with my custody case because of what you've done for me. I will for sure use your services again in the future if I need it."

Lee Huerto

Las Vegas, Nevada

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Two weeks ago, a client (who had just been served with divorce papers) came to us looking for help..

We drafted his Answer, Counterclaim, Financial Disclosure Form, Notice of Seminar Completion, and Opposition to his wife's Motion for Custody.

His first hearing was yesterday.

When the Judge raised the issue of attorneys fees, our client learned that his soon-to-be-ex had already paid her attorney $4,000 to draft her Complaint for Divorce, Financial Disclosure Form, Motion, and Reply to our Opposition.

We have connected him with an attorney that is taking his case over from here, as the parties head to mediation.

Price difference so far:  5 to 1


Disclaimer: We are not attorneys authorized to practice in Nevada and are prohibited from providing legal advice or legal representation to any person

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Motions for Contempt

“Hello, I’m looking to hold my ex in contempt for not following certain parts of our Decree and can’t find the right complaint to file. Can you help?” 

By far, this is one of the most common questions we receive.  It is also something that we are very good at assisting people with, as we have done these in our own personal cases.

As litigants ourselves, we know that there is nothing more frustrating than having Court Orders in place that aren’t followed — or blatantly ignored —  by the other side.


Pro Se PROS' Blogs

Essentials of a GREAT Parenting Plan - II


by Mark DiCiero

Last time, we talked about the importance of SPECIFICITY in Parenting Plans and the types of LEGAL custodial provisions that every Parenting Plan should include.  This blog will address the specific PHYSICAL custodial provisions that should NOT be left out of your Parenting Plan.

We will then be teed up for the final part of this series which will detail TEN ADDITIONAL “secret sauce” provisions that will make your Parenting Plan a MASTERPIECE of Parenting Plan greatness (yeah, I have a flare for exaggeration and histrionics, but these are pretty damn good).


Essentials of a GREAT Parenting Plan - I

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by Mark DiCiero

Without question, it is the most important document you will have in a divorce/ child custody action, yet so few people have a GOOD one. Surprisingly, some people don’t have one at all. I am talking about your PARENTING PLAN.

Whether incorporated directly into your Decree of Divorce/Custody, or filed independently as a Stipulated Parenting Agreement, it is the document that lays out your specific custodial orders and what you can – and should – expect from your co-parent in serving the best interests of your child(ren).


Child Custody Challenges in a COVID-19 Climate


by Mark DiCiero

“My ex is refusing to exchange our child because of ‘safety concerns’ related to COVID-19, what do I do? Can my ex withhold our child without a Court Order??”

Hands down, this has been the most-asked question I have received from pro se litigants as COVID-19 protocols continue to change, sometimes creating more questions than answers.


Getting Ready for Your Family Court Appearance

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by Mark DiCiero

Most of our clients have never appeared in Family Court without an attorney (some have never appeared in Family Court at all) and the thought of going at it alone can be daunting and intimidating. We promise, it doesn’t need to be.

We say this all the time; nothing impresses a judge (and frustrates an opposing attorney) more than a well-informed and thoroughly prepared pro se litigant.  Your confidence will get noticed.


The Importance of Dads Doing the Right Thing on Mother's Day (and moms on Father's Day too)

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by Mark DiCiero

This one is for the guys.  

It’s short and sweet,  but it needs to be said.

I’m surprised how often problems come up regarding Mother’s Day and Father’ Day in high conflict custody cases (even in this midst of litigation, which is even more surprising), but sometimes common sense has a habit of “vanishing” when we get caught up in the ongoing “battle.”


Choosing Your Battles in Family Court:  When to Fight and When to Compromise


by Sean Abid

People often divorce because they no longer compromise and argue frequently. The initial foray into the family court arena is replete with stress, unfettered emotion, and anger which can lead to perpetual conflict. However, carefully picking your battles and learning to respond diplomatically can save your mental health, your money, and, ultimately, your litigation. Not every hill is a hill to die on. Here are some ideas to assist you so you can decipher when to fight back and when to compromise with your ex-spouse.


Representing Yourself in a High Conflict Child Custody Case


by Alexander Falconi

Virtually all child custody litigation involves a tremendous amount of conflict which is driven by general animosity and possibly even a visceral hatred depending on how bad the breakup was. Typically, this anger and resentment fades over time, and Parties learn how to work together and focus on what’s best for the children. There can still be some conflict in these cases, but it tends to arise out of emotional immaturity and insecurity, which is something that can be communicated through and managed over time.


Navigating Through the Emotional Turmoil of the Family Court Process


by Sean Abid

When relationships end, it is normal to feel a myriad of emotions: hurt, anger, sadness, resentment, guilt, etc. We all have a constant flow of feelings percolating within us. Generally, particularly under the extreme stress of family court litigation, we do not choose how to feel these raw emotions, but we do have a choice in how we respond to them. If we act out of emotion then we will certainly regret it. Each of us has said something we did not mean when we were upset, so we know how emotions can affect our behavior and decision-making.


Which Joint Custodial Schedule is Best for Kids

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by Mark DiCiero

As we begin to populate our web site and social media platforms with blogs, articles, and other content that we think you may find useful, please understand that we are not lawyers. We don’t pretend to be. Never will.

Our perspectives are simply those of dads that continue to learn, and try to be the best parents we can possibly be. Collectively, we have learned a great deal about the family court process, our kids, and ourselves.


Dealing with Addiction in Family Court Litigation


by Mark DiCiero

This one is a little personal, and is something that I have never talked about publicly, so bear with me.  As I see this exact issue coming up more and more in Family Court litigation, I hope my story can help someone.

I recently celebrated an anniversary that I never thought would appear on my “life” calendar … something I never thought I would need to “celebrate” in the first place:  my two year anniversary of complete sobriety.


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