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Areas Served in New Mexico

New Mexico Financial & Family Law proudly serves communities all across the fine state of New Mexico. Our knowledge and experience with federal, state, and local laws within our practice areas provide our clients with distinct benefits. Our experienced probate lawyers are prepared to serve you within the following communities.

Albuquerque Probate Attorneys

Located in the historic district of the Albuquerque Original Townsite, New Mexico Financial & Family Law is intimately familiar with the various state and federal courts located in the fine city of Albuquerque. Clients can also benefit from our knowledge of local service providers, including forensic accountants, finance experts, child psychologists, and private investigators. When looking for seasoned legal guidance in Albuquerque, look to our firm. You will receive client-focused care and benefit from the knowledge of hundreds of cases tried in the local area.

Bernalillo County Probate Attorneys

The most populous county in New Mexico, Bernalillo County is a hub of growth, culture, business, and even technology. Albuquerque is located within the county, as well as some of the cities and communities below:

City
Tijeras
Village
Los Ranchos de Albuquerque Tijeras
Census-designated places
  • Alameda
  • Isleta Pueblo
  • Laguna Pueblo
  • Sandia Pueblo (partial)
  • Zuzax
Census-designated places
  • Paradise Hills
  • Ponderosa Pine
  • San Antonito
  • Sandia Heights
  • Sandia Knolls
  • Sandia Park
  • Sedillo
  • South Valley
  • ACarnuel
  • Cedar Crest
  • Cedro
  • Chilili
  • Edith Endave
  • Isleta Village Proper
  • Manzano Springs (partial)
  • North Valley
  • Pajarito Mesa
McKinley County

Named after President William McKinley, this county is home to the city of Gallup and many local members of the Navajo, Hopi, and Zuni tribes. It contains the Trails of the Ancients Byway, which allows visitors to soak in the awesome beauty of structures created by ancestral tribes across a period of thousands of years.

City
Gallup
Census-designated places
  • Black Rock
  • Brimhall Nizhoni
  • Church Rock
  • Crownpoint
  • Crystal
  • Nakaibito
  • Navajo
  • Black Rock
  • Brimhall Nizhoni
  • Church Rock
  • Crownpoint
  • Crystal
  • Nakaibito
  • Navajo
Unincorporated communities
  • Borrego Pass
  • Buffalo Springs
  • Chi Chil Tah
  • Continental Divide
  • Gamerco
  • Jamestown
  • Pinedale
  • Prewitt
  • Rehoboth
  • Smith Lake
  • Vanderwagon
Cibola County

Cibola County is not only the newest county in the state of New Mexico, but it is also one of the youngest counties in the entire United States. Formed in 1981 by breaking off from Valencia County, Cibola County is a popular place for families and individuals looking to settle in an area where land is plentiful and nature abounds. Communities in Cibola County include:

City
Grants
Town
Milan
Census-designated places
  • Acomita Lake
  • Anzac Village
  • Bibo
  • Bluewater Acres
  • Bluewater Village
  • Cubero
  • Encinal
  • Fence Lake
  • Laguna
  • McCartys Village
  • Mesita
  • Acomita Lake
  • Anzac Village
  • Bibo
  • Bluewater Acres
  • Bluewater Village
  • Cubero
  • Encinal
  • Fence Lake
  • Laguna
  • McCartys Village
  • Mesita
Unincorporated communities
  • Alaska
  • Candy Kitchen
  • Casa Blanca
  • Cebolleta
  • Cebolletita
  • Cubero
  • El Rito
  • New Laguna
Santa Fe County

Sante Fe county bears the namesake of the capital city of New Mexico and is the third-most populous county in the state. The city of Santa Fe is included within the continuous mega-metropolitan area combining Las Vegas, Albuquerque, and itself. Notable landmarks include the ghost town of Bonanza City, a popular attraction and filming location.

City
  • Española
  • Santa Fe
Town
Edgewood
Census-designated places
  • Agua Fria
  • Cañada de los Alamos
  • Cedar Grove
  • Chimayo
  • Chupadero
  • Cuartelez
  • Cundiyo
  • Cuyamungue
  • Cuyamungue Grant
  • El Rancho
  • El Valle de Arroyo Seco
  • Eldorado at Santa Fe
  • Galisteo
  • Glorieta
  • Golden
  • Jacona
  • Jaconita
  • La Cienega
  • La Puebla
  • Lamy
  • Los Cerrillos
  • Madrid
  • Nambe
  • Peak Place
  • Pojoaque
  • Rio Chiquito (former)
  • Rio en Medio
  • San Ildefonso Pueblo
  • San Pedro
  • Santa Cruz
  • Sombrillo
  • Tesuque
  • Tesuque Pueblo
Other unincorporated communities
  • Cañoncito
  • Nambé Pueblo
  • Seton Village
  • Stanley
  • Waldo
Torrance County

Located in the exact center of New Mexico, Torrance County is also the center of the larger population zones in the surrounding counties. It is noted for its gorgeous rolling grasslands, tranquil lakes, and towering mountains.

City
Moriarty
Town
  • Estancia
  • Mountainair
Census-designated places
  • Duran
  • Indian Hills
  • Manzano
  • Manzano Springs (partial)
  • McIntosh
  • Tajique
  • Torreon
Villages
  • Encino
  • Willard
Unincorporated communities
  • Abo
  • Cedarvale
  • Clines Corners
  • Progresso
  • Wagon Wheel
Valencia County

Valencia County is the second-smallest county in New Mexico by area, having ceded much of its territory to Cibola County in 1981. The county is noted for its strong track record of predicting the U.S. presidential election winner every four years (broken only in the most recent election) and also for being the home of rock musician Bo Diddley during the height of his career.

City
  • Belen
  • Rio Communities
Town
Peralta
Census-designated places
  • Adelino
  • Casa Colorada
  • Chical
  • El Cerro
  • El Cerro Mission
  • Highland Meadows
  • Jarales
  • Las Maravillas
  • Los Chavez
Villages
  • Bosque Farms
  • Los Lunas
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