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Law Info for New Mexico

LawByZipCode for New Mexico

Thursday, July 19th, 2018

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At Law By Zip Code (published by Legal Consumer), we believe you should have access to quality information about the legal issues affecting your life. Our websites are written by lawyers and designed to give you accurate, relevant information for your location.

Bankruptcy Law and Forms for New Mexico


If you're considering bankruptcy, you'll want to quickly and easily learn about the full range of resources available to you. Bankruptcy By Zip Code guides you to comprehensive bankruptcy information for New Mexico, including:

Click on a topic and enter your zip code to get started.

Obamacare Information for New Mexico


Obamacare By Zip Code guides you to reliable, local information about your health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act. You can use our website to quickly learn:

For those concerned about cost, we show you how to determine whether you qualify for subsidies. We also explain the new rules about Medicaid eligibility.

Click on a topic and enter your zip code to get started.

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About LegalConsumer.com


What We Do

At Legal Consumer, we believe you should have access to quality information about the legal issues affecting your life. Whether you’re facing financial difficulties, health concerns, or trouble at your job, we want to help you find the resources you need. Our websites are written by lawyers and designed to give you accurate, relevant information for your location.

Our Story

Legal Consumer began in 2006, when owner and founder Albin Renauer created Bankruptcy Info for Your Zip Code. As a coauthor of Nolo's How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (now in its 19th edition), Albin spent years trying to make filing for bankruptcy as easy and non-threatening as possible. In 2005, the U.S. Congress enacted sweeping changes to the bankruptcy law to make filing for bankruptcy considerably more costly and intimidating. When that law passed, Albin vowed to do something about it. The result was the first Legal Consumer website, Bankruptcy Info for Your Zip Code.

Albin wanted anyone considering bankruptcy to be able to quickly and easily learn about the full range of resources available them:

  • free information
  • low-cost, high-quality books
  • online services
  • form preparation services, and
  • full service bankrupty lawyers.

Bankruptcy Info for Your Zip Code endeavors to gather and organize all that information and present it in one place.

But when Albin founded Legal Consumer, he never imagined it would be only about bankruptcy. Over time, he wanted to cover other areas where localized information could help people get the rights and benefits they deserve. In addition to the bankruptcy website, Legal Consumer now offers comprehensive, local information on:

And stay tuned, because you’ll soon be able to use Legal Consumer websites to learn about student loans, unemployment issues, inheritance law, and more.

Who We Are

Legal Consumer is growing. Albin’s one-man show is now taking shape as a collective of smart lawyers with decades of experience delivering plain-spoken legal and practical information to the people who need it.

Albin Renauer, Founder and Owner

Albin is the owner of Relational Vision, LLC, the company that owns and operates Legal Consumer. He’s a web designer, writer, programmer, and computer geek. He’s also a lawyer and a member of the California Bar Association. (Because he focuses on putting the largest amount of useful information into the hands of the greatest number of people, he doesn’t take individual cases.)

Albin earned his law degree and was a Law Review editor at the University of Michigan Law School (Go Blue!). After dabbling in public interest law in San Francisco in the early 80's, he joined the staff of the late Chief Justice Rose Bird for her final two years on the California Supreme Court.

When Justice Bird lost her confirmation election in 1986, Albin wanted to use computers to make the legal system more accessible. With that in mind, he began a fruitful 17-year relationship with the great folks at Nolo, the pioneering do-it-yourself legal publisher in Berkeley, California. At Nolo, Albin researched, edited, and wrote law books; developed legal software; managed the Nolo website (winning a Webby Award); and developed a keen interest in exploring new ways to harness the power of the Internet and relational databases to make legal information easier to find and use.

In 2004, Albin left Nolo and launched Legal Consumer to explore new ways to "mash-up" Internet technology with relational databases to deliver high-quality, useful, localized legal information to consumers. The topic of bankruptcy was a natural subject to start with, given his 15+ years as a coauthor of Nolo's book on Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Although he lives in California, Albin’s Midwestern roots run deep. He grew up in the Detroit area and is a fanatical Detroit Tigers fan. Being raised in a working class family in the so-called "rust belt," then attending an elite college and law school, gave Albin a personal view of two very different worlds -- and the understanding that the legal system is too expensive for many people. This understanding motivated Albin to create Legal Consumer, a company that wants to make your legal tasks -– and your life –- easier.

You can also find Albin on Google+ and LinkedIn.