Under New Mexico state law, an individual must submit an application and acceptance form to the court along with an original death certificate and letters of administration to open a probate case, according to the Bernal... More »

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Unusual laws in New Mexico focus on spitting on the opera house steps and driving or hunting in Mountain View Cemetery in the town of Deming, as published by IdoitLaws.com. Carrying a lunch box down Main Street in Las Cr... More »

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The term "home alone laws" generally refers to the legal age at which a child may be left at home without parental supervision. These laws vary by individual states, and many states do not establish a minimum age for lea... More »

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The probate process begins by filing a request to probate in the appropriate court of the county the deceased was living at the time of his death, says Nolo. The original will and a death certificate must accompany the r... More »

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Beneficiaries require a probate process even where a will exists, as the title of the property to a deceased individual's estate can only be legally transferred by a court, explains FreeAdvice.com. Additionally, certain ... More »

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Probate law in Ontario mandates that probate is necessary when the court needs to approve the vesting of assets of the deceased's estate, Miltons Estate Law Firm explains. The necessity for probate is usually needed when... More »

Motion for summary judgment forms typically include the court name, case information, a basic statement of the law allowing such motions and further sections relating some details of the case, as evidenced by the forms p... More »

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