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:


Henderson is the second-largest city in Nevada, about 16 miles southeast of the state’s largest city, Las
Vegas. Lake Las Vegas, a 320-acre artificial lake, is located in Henderson. The township of Henderson
developed in the 1940s during World War II. Due to the establishment of the Basic Magnesium Plant,
Henderson quickly became the main supplier of magnesium in the United States. Magnesium was
considered the “miracle metal” of World War II. By 1947, magnesium production was no longer
necessary for defense, however; as a result, the majority of BMI’s 14,000 employees moved out of the
area and the population dwindled over the next few years. Supported by local industry, Henderson was
incorporated on April 16, 1953 as the City of Henderson and the city began to grow again. It is now over
94 square miles in size.

Henderson has more than 37 miles of walking trails and in 2007, Prevention magazine named it the sixth
most walkable city in the country. The city is served by four major highways: Henderson Black Hills and
(State Route 582), Lake Mead Parkway (State Route 564); Interstate 515 and Interstate 215. State Route
146 (Saint Rose Parkway) connects Interstate 15 near Sloan with Interstate 215 in Green Valley,
providing a connection to Henderson for motorists traveling in and out of Southern California.

Several respected colleges and universities call Henderson home. Nevada State College is a
baccalaureate college in the Nevada System of Higher Education and The Roseman University of Health
Sciences, a private university which awards degrees in nursing, pharmacy, and business, is located in the
city. The College of Southern Nevada, a community college based in Las Vegas, has a campus in
Henderson. California’s National University, Touro University Nevada, and Devry University also have
campuses in the city.

Residents and visitors can enjoy a variety of major shopping opportunities, movie theaters, concert
venues, dining venues, and casino resorts in Henderson. The city is also only minutes from the
attractions of Las Vegas and the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The largest recreational facility in
Nevada, the Multigenerational Facility at Liberty Pointe is located in Henderson and the city plays host
to a wide variety of other cultural events, many of which are held at the outdoor amphitheater.