Attorneys Give Legal Help in Silver City
Silver City, N.M.—Residents of Grant, Luna and Hidalgo counties can attend a free legal fair on a variety of topics from 1 to 5 p.m., Oct. 27, at the Student Memorial Building Seminar Room (3rd Floor) at Western New Mexico University in Silver City. The following attorneys will be on hand to make presentations and provide free consultations on a first-come, first-served basis in the areas of law below:
Pete Keys: Family Law
Barbara Raif: Guardianships
Alicia Clark: Denial of Public Benefits
Mary Lynne Newell, DA: Consumer Fraud
David Gorman: Paternity/Custody/Child Support
Angelica Anaya Allen: Foreclosures
Jim Manlowe: Creditor/Debtor
William Perkins: Estate Planning
Bilingual attorneys will also be available.
This event is being coordinated by the 6th Judicial District Pro Bono Committee of the Access to Justice Commission. For more information on the Access to Justice Commission, visit http://www.nmbar.org/Attorneys/AccessJusticecommission.html.
The New Mexico Commission on Access to Justice is a statewide body dedicated to expanding and improving civil legal assistance to New Mexicans living in poverty.