Top Los Alamos Foreclosure & Alternatives Lawyers - New Mexico

  • The law firm was founded by Ken Cassutt, John Hays and Gary Friedman in 1996 and has been in its present location since 2001. The founding members have over sixty years of combined legal experience in New Mexico, as well as prior law practices in California and New York. In 2008, Ken Cassutt became "of counsel" to the firm. Thomas Banner joined the firm as an associate attorney in 2009 and...

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    At New Mexico Financial Law, I help people in the Albuquerque, New Mexico, area navigate bankruptcy. I provide realistic expectations for my clients, who are facing some understandably difficult circumstances. My law office handles matters, including the following: Bankruptcy: Chapters 7, 11 and 13 Debt: Creditor harassment, debt consolidation and foreclosures Family law: Divorce and child support...

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    At Marrs Griebel Law, Ltd., in Albuquerque, New Mexico, we offer unmatched representation for businesses and individuals across the state facing complex, high-stakes litigation. Backed by decades of litigation experience and diverse backgrounds, the attorneys at our law firm handle cases involving a wide range of legal disputes from insurance bad-faith claims to contentious business...

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