My Mother passed away 12/4/2020 she left a valid Will. Personal representative listed on the Will gave me the bank note to 2 vehicles to pay them off if I wanted to keep them. In good faith I paid off the note . 2/21/21
IThe Bank gave me a receipt & the title in my hand . 2/28/21... View More
I’ve been a business victim of crime and city officials deny accountability for providing protection To me even when my business is located within their district. I want to sue civilly and each one individually for business loss of income as a result of this. Hard to retain an attorney
Property left behind family is wanting to sell it yet. Nobody helps pay the property taxes. My father has paid them for many years and nobody has even offered to help and we suggested to Pitchin but yet they want to sell the land and money and we don’t want to sell the land Land since my uncle... View More
Long story short, I was at a conference. After the day of talks, some coworkers and I decided to go to a bar. Everyone was drinking and they bought me many drinks. I hit on a coworker. Touched her behind once, and asked if she was into me. She said no and I didn’t touch her again. On the walk... View More
New Mexico Mother lent daughter a vehicle for three months. After three months, daughter failed to return vehicle and refused to take mother's calls. Mother had to travel to Arkansas to have vehicle towed by a repossessor
I was charged arrested with possession of a controlled substance. Hired a attorney got my charges dismissed. The overdose statue 30-31-27.1. Can I sue police dept for search warrant charges arrest. Because this should of never happend.
It is possible that you have a claim against your brother for the missing valuables since police executing upon the arrest warrant was clearly foreseeable by your brother and he could have avoided police breaking down the doors by turning himself in.
Obviously yes. There are certain reasons for which the law requires an employer to give an employee a day off (for instance, Family Medical Leave, jury duty, religious reasons, etc. Whether an employer will give an employee a day off for other reasons depends on the parties' employment...View More
If a judge has granted a writ of possession in a landlord-tenant dispute but the sheriff or law enforcement has not executed it as expected, there could be several reasons for the delay. This delay might be due to scheduling constraints within the sheriff's office, tenant cooperation or...View More
The Criminal Offenders Employment Act in New Mexico (often referred to as the Criminal Offenders Act or COA) typically pertains to convictions rather than charges. The COA generally addresses the employment of individuals who have been convicted of certain offenses and may restrict their...View More
In New Mexico, you can file for divorce if you meet the state's residency requirements. Generally, at least one of the parties must be a resident of the state for a certain period before filing for divorce. Given that you were married in California and now reside in New Mexico, you may be...View More
Grandparents rights are defined in NMSA Section 40-9-2. Those rights depend on a variety of factors including whether the parents are living or deceased, the age of the grandchildren and whether they have resided with the grandparents, and a series of factors aimed at determining what sort of...View More
Police claim to have taken my legal firearms for "safe keeping" but never advised me of how regain my firearms. After I was issued my 2 citations which I chose a court appearance I was told I was free to leave meanwhile they continued to search "inventory of valuables" my... View More
If one buys an iPhone outright from Walmart (not making payments), then that person would be the owner of the phone. Yet to get more money from the owner, Verizon/Tracfone/Total/Straight Talk insists the phone's owner pay at least 60 days' worth of (unneeded) service before those... View More
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