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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Family Law, Child Custody and Civil Rights for New Mexico on
Q: If I still had an open criminal case with a judge. Can that judge be my judge in another Court. Would it be consider

I never even been in front of him for children court. Even though he order on my custody hearing, adjudication hearing, ex parte custody ,one of them no date. Vacated my adjudication. Would that be considered judicial misconduct? In criminal court it was a conflict of interest but I chose to keep... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for New Mexico on
Q: I had a friend plant his cannabis seeds at a local grow here in taos. The owners kicked us out of the farm. They stayed

With Two hundred or more of our seeds. When we left they began to start growing.

0 Answers | Asked in Estate Planning and Probate for New Mexico on
Q: My father recently passed. His will stipulates all assets will be divided equally between all children.

My sister is on one of my father's bank accounts. She is now claiming that all of the money on the joint account is hers and should not be split. She has taken money out since he passed as well for personal use. Because it was a joint account does that mean the money legally belongs to her and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law and Criminal Law for New Mexico on
Q: How long can you be held by local police under a courtesy hold for US Marshals without charges?

My friend served 90 days on a PV sanction & should've been released Mon 9/13 but is still in custody. He hasn't been charged & the only answer we've gotten is it's a Fed hold. Nothing is found when I search online either.

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for New Mexico on
Q: Doesn't the person signing eviction notices & Rental contract as the landlord go to court against me in NM?

I was taken to court by the dad, he signs my contract & eviction notices. In the telephone court, the son was the one that answered the questions from the judge. Doesn't the person executing the eviction have to be present & speak on his behalf? Nothing was mentioned that the son was... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Real Estate Law and Probate for New Mexico on
Q: We deeded a 2 acre piece of land to our son in April of 1999; unfortunately he passed in August of 2003, with no will...

He had no "estate" (Except for the 2 acres). Now we are selling our land and want to include his 2 acres. What do we do?

0 Answers | Asked in Tax Law for New Mexico on
Q: Can a consent judgement that was given in 2011 can I be charged taxes in subsequent 2020 consent with same issue?

Property was given in 2011 but I was charged for taxes on awarded property in 2021 judgement. Is this legal?

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Litigation and Juvenile Law for New Mexico on
Q: I was attacked last saturday, can i sue the suspects?

i got beat up and sent to the ER where I received 4 stitches in my head and found out my nose and eye socket were fractured. the police have a warrant for the suspects' arrest but my phone and keys fell out of my pants during the attack and were stolen. I would like to get reimbursement for... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Landlord - Tenant for New Mexico on
Q: Is an oral lease from a mobile home park valid in the state of new mexico?

The tenant in question was offered an oral agreement to live within the park in exchange for working as a maintenance man for 10 dollars an hour.

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Employment Law and Family Law for New Mexico on
Q: My kids dad is a local cop, his lawyer had a law firm business,with our judge. Is that a conflict of interest

My ex the police officer by the state of new Mexico owes me 15,000 back pay child support plus monthly 900. We are going through a bad custody case. I had a dirty ua my lawyer nor my ex never said I had one and that my ex paid one himself and paid for me. I've courroperated done everything I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law for New Mexico on
Q: A crime was committed at place of employment. When paroled can the offender return to previous employment?

Offender's employment was on a ranch as a ranch hand. Employer and foreman offered to employ offender when released

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for New Mexico on
Q: At what point in the probate process are assets distributed to heirs?

From my understanding 1 year after death or 4 months after posting in newspaper debts are no longer accepted by the Court. Is it just the case that we have to let this times pass? Will the Court then notify me (personal representative) that I can go a head and transfer any real property?... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for New Mexico on
Q: At what point in the probate process are assets distributed to heirs?

From my understanding 1 year after death or 4 months after posting in newspaper debts are no longer accepted by the Court. Is it just the case that we have to let this times pass? Will the Court then notify me (personal representative) that I can go a head and transfer any real property?... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Probate for New Mexico on
Q: At what point in the probate process are assets distributed to heirs?

From my understanding 1 year after death or 4 months after posting in newspaper debts are no longer accepted by the Court. Is it just the case that we have to let this times pass? Will the Court then notify me (personal representative) that I can go a head and transfer any real property?... Read more »

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