Jared Richards is the founder of Clear Counsel Law Group. Jared practices law in Nevada and has argued before Nevada's Second and Eighth Judicial District Courts, the Federal District Court of the District of Nevada and the Federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has also made appearances before the Nevada Supreme Court. He received his bachelor’s degree in vocal music from Southern Utah University, where he studied opera and musical theater. He then decided to attend law school, and scored in the top 1% of all applicants on the national Law School Admissions Test. Jared graduated with honors from the law school at Brigham Young University.
Jared began his career at the Las Vegas branch of one of the western United States' most prestigious law firms, with over 400 attorneys. He has years of experience litigating complex issues in the areas of personal injury, bankruptcy, probate and trust administration.
In all, Jared successfully collected over $20 million dollars through litigation for his clients and protected over $15 million dollars of his clients' money through proceedings related to bankruptcy. Jared has represented numerous individuals and small businesses, as well as national and international companies such as Wells Fargo, Ford, MERS, and GE on matters ranging from a few thousand dollars to tens of millions of dollars.
Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
If you need assistance with a bankruptcy or estate planning matter in Nevada, call the Clear Counsel Law Group today at 702-930-5619 to arrange your free initial consultation. For more information visit our website at http://www.clearcounsel.com/.
Our office serves Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas, Summerlin, Boulder City, and Pahrump.
$12 million settlement in an investment fraud claim
$1.5 million settlement in an investment fraud claim
$4 million in a trust dispute verdict
$2.5 million settlement in a trust dispute
$15 million personal guarantee avoided in litigation related to bankruptcy
$1.25 million awarded in disputed collections action