This Lease Agreement is legally binding in New Mexico according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In New Mexico, a last will and testament is used for many purposes. It names beneficiaries who will receive your assets when you die. It is used by parents to name guardians for minor children. If you have pets, you can use a New Mexico last will and testament to create a trust to care for your pets after your death. Without a last will and testament, the New Mexico probate court would make those decisions. A New Mexico last will and testament must be in writing and you must sign it in front of a witness.