By Noah Johnson As the world begins to make its way towards normalcy, at least as close as it can get, responsibilities such as rent will slowly creep back into the lives of New Mexicans. The New Mexico Supreme Court
A fundamental element for persons filing for Bankruptcy protection requires a Debtor to disclose all outstanding liabilities. So what happens if I have a zero balance on my credit card or I pay the credit card off before I file?
Filing for bankruptcy can be a hard decision and feel daunting as there are many complexities and circumstances to consider. Bankruptcy can offer a fresh start by discharging or canceling a majority of your debts (which are likely unsecured debts)
New Mexico House Bill 36 was introduced during the 2021 Legislative session and passed the House of Representative’s committee with flying colors but could not make it out of the Senate Judiciary committee. The bill would have increased a number
We are all too familiar with the craziness and hype associated with Black Friday deals. We also remember the great lengths some would go to be the one to cash in on a great deal. Whether it be waking up
As part of my bankruptcy practice I must advise my clients how the filing of Bankruptcy will impact their credit. A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy will remain on their credit for 10 years. Most clients immediately think that means no credit
If COVID has taught us anything, it has taught us to expect the unexpected. When was the last time you looked over your credit report? Could you be the victim of identity theft and not even know it yet? Don’t
What You Need to Know If Foreclosure Looms Whether you find yourself in trouble with your mortgage servicer due to poor financial planning or simply because of circumstances out of your control such as COVID-19, know that all may not
What will happen if the extra $600 a week unemployment benefit, added due to the current COVID-19 pandemic expires on July 31, 2020? This benefit was intended as a temporary measure to help those facing unemployment or were furloughed due
The current global COVID-19 pandemic has caused many small businesses to assess and struggle with their financial situation more than perhaps any time in decades. For many, despite attempts by the government to assist, bankruptcy is the most viable option.