How Long Will My Case Take? How Much Will This Cost Me?

Client questions like, “how long will my case take?” and “how much is this going to cost?” are met with every lawyer’s favorite answer: “it depends.”  

September 14, 2021

How Long Will My Case Take? How Much Will This Cost Me?

Client questions like, “how long will my case take?” and “how much is this going to cost?” is met with every lawyer’s favorite answer: “it depends.”

September 14, 2021

How Long Will My Case Take?

Considering the timing and potential length of litigation is important to consider before filing a lawsuit.

January 17, 2021

Are you being harassed by a revenge pornographer?

We can help stop the harassment.

September 2, 2020

I’m an independent contractor.  Does this mean that I am unable to collect worker’s compensation benefits?

Don’t be fooled by your employer.  In the eyes of the law, many would-be “independent contractors” are actually “statutory employees”—and are able to collect worker’s compensation benefits despite their employer’s best efforts.    

July 19, 2020

Are you or your business paying too much property tax?...some experts say “yes.” Get ready for McKinley County’s upcoming annual property tax assessments.

McKinley County will be sending out their tax assessments soon...and you typically only have 30 days after the notice is sent to protest your tax assessment.  Contact us today and we can begin researching your case.

December 20, 2019

“I have a collectable debt. How long will it take for my company to get paid?”

The short answer is: “it depends.”

November 22, 2019

How Long Does My Company Have To Collect A Debt Owed?

The amount of time ("statute of limitation") that a party has to collect a debt depends on two main factors.  Click to read more.

November 20, 2019

How Do Attorney's Fees "Work" in New Mexico? Who Is Responsible for Paying Attorney's Fees?

Calling an attorney is a scary process for many individuals: I say the process is "scary" because you don't want to "go broke" calling for legal help.  While we all know that sometimes legal fees are "worth it" other times they definitely are not (unfortunately).  This article is written to inform you on how attorney's fees work in New Mexico, and how you can (sometimes) get someone else to pay your legal fees for you.  

November 20, 2019

Tips On How To Use A Contract

Using a contract takes some "know how."  You may have purchased a sample form contract from another lawyer or an office suply store.  Do you know how to actually make the contract work for you?

November 20, 2019

Can An Unlicensed Contractor Recover For Breach Of Contract?

In this article, we investigate whether an unlicensed contractor can recover (i.e. "collect") under a contract or quantum meruit.

November 20, 2019

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