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New Mexico Promissory Note Templates

The New Mexico promissory note templates are documents that outline the important aspects of a money-lending transaction between two individuals. In a money-lending deal, the lender of the balance makes a profit by receiving interest on top of being reimbursed the original balance given to the borrower. For New Mexico we offer two versions of the…

New Mexico Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The New Mexico unsecured promissory note provides a basis for an agreement between two parties consisting of a lender and borrower. In the transaction, the lender makes a profit by receiving interest on top of being reimbursed the original loaned amount. This note template does not include a section where security is declared. Because of this, the…

New Mexico Secured Promissory Note Template

The New Mexico secured promissory note brings two parties planning on engaging in a money-loaning activity together to come to terms on the various points of the agreement. Once all points have been completed by the parties and everyone’s signatures have been written on the document, the agreement will go into full effect and the borrower will…

New Mexico Small Estate Affidavit Form

A New Mexico small estate affidavit is a method of collecting the property of someone who died that is usually faster than the traditional methods of estate administration. It is available whether or not the decedent, the person who died, had a will. However, it is only available for estates with a value below the…

New Mexico Last Will and Testament Template

A New Mexico Last Will and Testament is a legal estate-planning document set forth by a testator (the person creating their will) who wishes to provide instructions for how their estate shall be distributed upon death. All aspects of the testator’s estate– such as financial accounts, fiduciary funds, life insurance policies, as well as real,…

New Mexico Deed Forms

A New Mexico deed is used to legally convey real estate between parties in New Mexico. In order to transfer property, with a deed, you will need the names of the seller, or grantor, the names of the buyer, or grantee, the legal description of the property and an acknowledgment by a notary public. The…

New Mexico Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The New Mexico living trust is an alternative method of divesting an estate, wherein the estate is signed over to a trust with instructions on how it will be divided if the creator (the Grantor) dies or becomes incapacitated. The advantages to a living trust are that it avoids probate, it can protect an estate from…

New Mexico Special Warranty Deed Form

A New Mexico special warranty deed is a legal document used to convey real estate in New Mexico. The deed must include the name of the grantor and the grantee as well as a legal description of the property.  The deed must be recorded with the county clerk’s office in the county where the property…

New Mexico General Warranty Deed Form

A New Mexico general warranty deed is used to convey real estate in New Mexico from one person to another. A warranty deed comes with a guarantee from the grantor, or seller, that the grantor owns the property outright, that the grantor has legal authority to sell the property and that there are no other…

New Mexico Quit Claim Deed Form

A New Mexico quit claim deed is a legal form that can be used to convey real property, or land and buildings, from a seller (grantor) to a buyer (grantee). A quitclaim is different from a warranty deed because it comes with no guarantee. Instead, the grantor is only selling whatever interest he may own…