You will have better luck actually meeting in person with an attorney in your area, who can personally review the facts of your legal action and offer an opinion, advice and direction based on the specifics, rather than waiting for substantive answers online. Especially since you are likely looking at a time crunch.Yes I was, but I started this topic after I received the Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice from the opposing party. So I wanted to get a clearing understanding of what do before I submitted my response. When I did, I responded to dismiss without prejudice, if I needed to return back to the COA.
And yes, I have been through the list and I'm waiting for correct replies, for some only handle business accounts.
The University of New Mexico School of Law is in Albuquerque (https://lawschool.unm.edu) but it is a small school and I don’t know if it staffs a legal aid clinic.I didn't re-read the thread so I don't know if this has been mentioned but just in case it hasn't, if there are any law schools in your area sometimes they hold "clinics"where third-year students, under the supervision of their professors, will review and provide advice.
Here is a link to the New Mexico Bar: https://www.sbnm.org/For-Public