We're sorry to hear that this has happened.
As soon as possible you need to go to the courthouse where your case is filed and ask to review the file.
After the reviewing the file if you still don't know what happened or if you need clarification, you also should call your attorney and ask for a meeting. Actually, you will need a meeting no matter what because you will need to pick up your file from your attorney.
Again, during the meeting you need to clarify what happened and get your file from the attorney. You might also ask for a referral; although you may not feel comfortable from this attorney but it can't hurt to get a name. You don't have to go with that attorney.
You also need to retain a new attorney as soon as possible. The Nevada State Bar Association has an online referral form but DO NOT WAIT to get something back. If you mis a deadline in your case, the fact that you didn't hear back from the Bar Association will not be an excuse.
Here is the link for the form: http://www.nvbar.org/LRIS/LRIS_Online_Request_Form.htm
You can file a formal complaint against an attorney with the Bar Association. However, remember that a formal complaint against a lawyer is a serious matter.
Before you do that, again, call your former lawyer and let the office know that you are unhappy or confused and ask for a full explanation in terms that you can understand. We hope that will clear up the problem.
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