Go to the self-help center at Family Court at 601 N. Pecos Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 The self-help center has many fill in the blank forms with instructions attached that will assist you in preparing your document. You will receive a packet titled Order to Show Cause. In that document, you will list the specific provision that has been violated and how you claim that provision was violated. If it is child support, alimony, attorney's fees and costs or some other provision involving money, you will have to prepare a financial disclosure form as well as a schedule of arrears. Preparing the finalcial disclosure form and schedule of arrears. A financial disclosure form (FDF) can also be picked up at the self-help center. You must fill out the cover page, income and expense sheet, and nothing more if this is a post-judgment motion. The schedule of arrears is a document you can also pick up at the self-help center. In a schedule of arrears you must detail the amount of money your ex was ordered to pay, the amount he actually paid month to month to present, and tally up the difference at the end. Also, attach the portion of the order or decree that shows the amount your ex is obligated to pay. Both the financial disclosure form and schedule of arrears must be filed with the court. Filing and serving all documents All documents must be filed with the court clerk. When you get the file stamped copy with a date and time for the hearing back, mail all documents, the order to show cause, the FDF, and the schedule of arrears, to your ex's last known address, which should be on file with the court (call the department clerk or ask the records department if they have it). After you mail all your documents, you should file with the court a certificate of mailing certifying when the documents were mailed. List all documents mailed and the date they were deposited in the mail. Your ex will then file an opposition explaining him/herself in writing. at which time you may reply. If he filed an opposition and counter-motion, you should oppose the counter-motion and reply to the opposition. Once a motion, opposition and countermotion, reply, FDF, and schedule of arrears is filed and served, you are ready for court. After the hearing. Once the hearing is concluded, the court will render a judgment. If you prevail and your ex is ordered to pay or face contempt, then you will prepare an order for the Judge's signature, submit it to him, and file it when it comes back. That Judgment must then be served on your ex in the same manner stated above with a notice of entry of order attached (which you can also get at the self-help center). After that, you are in a position to collect like any creditor: by wage garnishment, bank levy, or liens.