Did you know that you are six times more likely to be disabled than you are to die in any given year? This is why a living will is a good idea to have. Not next week. Not tomorrow. But right now.
When you visit someone else's property in New Mexico, whether it be a home or a business, the owner owes you a duty of care to keep you safe and free from harm. If the owner fails in his or her duty and you become injured as a result, you typically need to prove negligence on the part of the owner to receive compensation.
When residents of New Mexico are going through a divorce, there are two potential categories it could fall under: contested and uncontested. The circumstances of the marriage and what led to the divorce itself usually help determine which it may fall under.
For many married couples in New Mexico, money can be a common source of woe. Many a marital argument has involved finances. For some couples, financial troubles can become so severe that they even contribute to the irrevocable breakdown of the marriage. When this happens, one of the things people must find a way to do is split up their debt.
Motor vehicle accidents involving semi-trucks or other large commercial vehicles can be some of the most horrific on New Mexico roads and highways. A person in a typical passenger vehicle, on a motorcycle or on foot does not stand much of a chance against a big rig. According to the records from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, truck accident fatalities in 2017 represented more than 18 percent of all vehicular deaths in New Mexico.