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New Mexico Non-Solicitation Agreement

A New Mexico non-solicitation agreement is a contract that establishes rules for soliciting customers, clients, contractors, or employees for competitive professional purposes. They can also set limitations to employees seeking new employment with direct competitors or sharing confidential and proprietary information. These contracts can exist between an employer and employee, the buyer and seller of…

New Mexico Partnership Agreement

A New Mexico partnership agreement is a record that breaks down the duties, roles, and liabilities for all partners involved. It typically illustrates liabilities, ownership interests, dispute resolution, dissolution, and duration. The contract needs to be exhaustive for the sake of curtailing future confusion. Partnership Types General Partnerships (GP) – Chapter 54, Article 1A (§§…

New Mexico Postnuptial Agreement

A New Mexico postnuptial agreement is a legal document that spouses can use to determine property rights and obligations if their marriage ends in divorce. Like prenuptial agreements, commonly called “prenups,” postnuptial agreements help couples protect their priorities and account for their unique situation, such as a disparity in assets or developing business opportunities. Unlike prenuptial agreements,…