Affidavit Claiming Exemption / Third Party Claims
Please be advised that we cannot give any legal advice. If you have questions regarding this garnishment or you would like to try to make other arrangements, you must contact the attorney of record. The attorney of record is the person who signed the court documents to garnish and they are the only ones authorized to make any changes, if possible, to the levy.
If you want to file an Affidavit Claiming Exemption or a Third Party Claim, you must do so with the Court. Procedures for claiming exempt property may be found on the Notice of Execution that was mailed to you. For further instruction on how to file these documents, you will need to contact an attorney, Nevada Legal Services or someone that can give you legal advice. Once the Affidavit of Exemption/Third Party Claim has been filed with the Court, we will need a notarized, file stamped copy of this court document for our records. An additional copy is required for the attorney of record. You can either have us serve it upon the attorney for a fee or you can serve it upon the attorney yourself.
Items Required From Attorneys/Pro Pers:
IF YOU HAVE FEE WAIVER, PLEASE SUBMIT 2 COPIES WITH YOUR DOCUMENTS.
- Instructions to the Sheriff (we are serving opposing counsel).
- 2 copies of Affidavit (must be signed, notarized, and filed).
- Documents coming from out-of-state require $100.00 deposit. No personal checks accepted.