Raich Law, PLLC was founded by Sagar Raich. Mr. Raisch received full academic scholarships for his undergraduate education at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He also received full academic scholarships to complete his Juris Doctorate degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the UNLV. He is experienced in the areas of business law, real estate law, and bankruptcy law, in addition to immigration law. Having also worked in the financial industry, he is knowledgeable regarding the field and its rules and regulations.
Raich Law, PLLC was formed with the purpose of serving the business and personal legal needs of clients in the states of Nevada and California. With multiple offices in both states, the practice is well- positioned to meet our clients’ legal needs. Helping clients to build and protect their businesses are challenges addressed by the practice every day. The experienced and well-rounded staff at Raich supports businesses of all kinds and sizes.
Legal services are not limited to drafting legal documents or contracts that affect the rights of a person, representing someone in a court of law or in a legal matter, negotiating the rights of a client, and advising someone about a specific legal issue. Any written or verbal counsel regarding legal matters that impacts the responsibilities and rights of the person receiving it is considered a legal service. Legal advice requires expert knowledge of and analysis of the law. This exchange also creates an attorney-client relationship. Our firm provides the following legal services:
According to the United States Census Bureau, the census-designated place (CDP) of Spring Valley has a total area of 33.4 square miles. The borders of Spring Valley are Sahara Avenue on the north, Decatur Boulevard on the east, Warm Springs Road on the south, and Hualapai Way on the west. The area consists primarily of housing subdivisions and includes strip malls along the boulevards connecting suburban Las Vegas to the Las Vegas Strip.
The Chinatown section of Spring Valley is located along Spring Mountain Road and surrounding streets, including Valley View to Jones Boulevard in Spring Valley and a part of Paradise. Chinatown includes a number of strip malls with ethnic Chinese and other pan-Asian businesses. The original strip mall is called Chinatown Plaza, developed by Taiwanese American JHK Investment Group, Inc. Nevada Governor Kenny Guinn officially designated the area as Chinatown in October 1999. By the end of the 1990s, the Asian population had grown to over 15,000 residents, with the majority working in the casino industry. Because of the Asian population’s significant expansion in the Las Vegas area, Chinatown continued to grow in size and popularity. It is known as a "modern" styled Chinatown, which means the neighborhood is pan-Asian in nature rather than being solely Chinese like the Chinatowns located in San Francisco and New York. The official website for the Chinatown Plaza indicates that Spring Mountain Road is the main thoroughfare for the neighborhood. Chinatown Vegas now boasts more than 150 restaurants, 50-foot reflexology and massages spas, six large Asian supermarkets, and over a dozen Chinese and Asian churches.
There are fifteen parks in the Spring Valley township. There are also two community centers, an aquatic center, and two golf courses. There is one country club located in Spring Valley: Spanish Trail Country Club. The club has been a fixture of the community since 1984. Famous golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed its stunning 27-hole championship golf course. The unusual 27-hole layout consists of three nine-hole courses. The Canyon Course, the Lakes Course and the Sunrise Course are rotated regularly, providing a variety of play for golf enthusiasts. The courses are dotted with large trees, fifteen lakes with streams and waterfalls, 120 bunkers, and scenic mountain views. Spring Valley is home to 31 public schools. Four 5-star elementary schools are located in Spring Valley, in addition to six 4-star elementary schools. Three middle schools are 5-star schools and Clifford J. Lawrence JHS is an AVID school. AVID’s mission "is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society". AVID is a college-prep program offered to students. Spring Valley High School is a NATIONALLY AVID recognized school. Both public and private Spring Valley schools enjoy an established reputation for academic success and athletic victories.