Q: Can my parents get kicked out if they are being cared for at home due to health problems
The landlord claims that there were people in the front yard doing drugs however my parents have no idea of any of that going on if it was. My parents are a little bit behind due to medical bills and health problems and have been struggling to make ends meet. I feel like the other tenet is make ligations because my mother don't and her don't get along and has been trying her best to get them kicked out. My dad is 82 and my mom is 72 and are on disability and my dad has been going through serious health conditions and is very limited to mobility.
I'm sorry your parents are being treated like this, given their difficult circumstances. A New Mexico attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Repost this and add the category "Landlord-Tenant." You may not have seen the category at first because you have to click "Show More Categories" to reveal it.
L-T attorneys have insight into the procedural safeguards involving evictions. Hopefully, a landlord-tenant attorney will pick up your post. If not, try to arrange a free initial consult with one (that would be outside this Q & A forum - any such arrangements would be between you and attorneys you reach out to). Good luck
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