Pegasus provides free or low-cost civil law services to children, adolescents and their caregivers. Pegasus promotes and defends the rights of children and youth to safe and stable homes, quality education and healthcare, and a voice in decisions that affect their lives. The organization helps young parents with family law, homeless and runaway youth, grandparents raising grandchildren, families of children in need of special educational services, children in foster care, and other children and youth who face legal barriers to a safe, stable and fulfilling life. Advocacy Inc. is a non-profit organization that protects and promotes the interests of vulnerable children and youth in New Mexico by providing free or low-cost legal advice and support services. The agency takes care of children from birth to 18 years of age. and provides guardianship, adoption and guardianship services for promotional products. Many legal services programs in New Mexico use federal poverty guidelines to determine financial eligibility. Some programs provide services to households with incomes above 200% of federal poverty guidelines; Other special legal programs and categories may provide services if the income level is above 200%. The NMILC provides low-income families with free, low-cost immigration information and legal assistance. The agency helps immigrants keep their families together, gain protection from persecution and domestic violence, obtain permanent residency and work permits, and become U.S.
citizens. The NMILC builds stable families and increases opportunities for economic security so that immigrants from New Mexico can contribute to their communities for generations to come. The legal aid service is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to help victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking with legal problems. New Mexico Legal Aid is a civil rights advocacy group dedicated to opening the door to equal access to justice for all disenfranchised and low-income individuals and communities across New Mexico by providing quality awareness, training, education, and advocacy services. Click here or call Headquarters at 1-833-545-4357. Attorneys at the USBC Fair Lending Center provide free legal representation in foreclosure lawsuits for low-income homeowners nationwide. The USBC Fair Trade Lending Center offers free monthly educational workshops for homeowners who represent themselves in their foreclosure cases. USBC HUD-certified housing counselors provide free assistance to homeowners, regardless of income, who are late with mortgage payments or foreclosure to request loan changes or other mitigation options. Advice includes support for financial management and budgeting. If you have any questions, please contact Christopher Sanchez at 505-768-6131 in Albuquerque or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provides legal services as guardian ad litem, youth attorney and defendant attorney to families and children placed in foster care and in the state of New Mexico in Bernalillo County. Visit the website to request free legal services. Visit the website (above) to submit a legal aid form. Established by the New Mexico State Bar Association on behalf of legal service providers throughout the state. Civil services include consumers, employment and unemployment, family law (child maintenance, custody and visitation, divorce, domestic violence and guardianship), seniors, housing and landlords, and utilities. Provides legal advice and short services to residents aged 55 and over. www.dnalegalservices.org 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday at all locations Lawyers provide free legal information on family law issues, including divorce, child support, custody, visitation, mediation, paternity, kinship/guardianship, domestic violence, adoption, and settlement facilitation.
Provides legal services to victims of wage theft and files impact lawsuits to defend workers` rights. Provides various basic legal services to persons with disabilities and their legal rights; individual advocacy to address specific issues related to the rights of persons with disabilities; advocacy to improve service systems and to promote, protect and expand the rights of persons with disabilities; and training to raise awareness of the rights and empowerment of persons with disabilities.