Courts in Nevada
The Courts in Nevada include the state court system and two federal courts.
The District Courts are the trial courts of general jurisdiction. They have general jurisdiction over all legal disputes and sometimes hear appeals from the Justice and Municipal Courts.
The Justice Courts courts deal with cases involving misdemeanor, traffic, small claims, evictions and civil cases less than $10,000. They also may hold preliminary hearings for the District Courts.
The Municipal Courts deal with traffic and city ordinance violations.
The Family Court handles "divorce, annulment, child custody, visitation rights, child support, spousal support, community property division, name changes, adoption, and abuse and neglect". 
Appeals from these courts go to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.