Jake A. Garrison

Jake A. Garrison

The Garrison Law Firm, LLC
  • Real Estate Law, Business Law, Collections ...
  • New Mexico
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Daniel P Estes
Reviewed by Daniel P Estes September 14, 2018
Rating: 10 Justia Lawyer Rating - 10 out of 10
Mr. Garrison is a highly capable attorney who blends excellent analytical skills with the ability to effectively communicate to any audience he is addressing. He is also a very enjoyable person to be around.
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Summary

Jake A. Garrison is an Albuquerque, New Mexico attorney with extensive experience representing clients in both litigation and transactional contexts in matters of real estate and land use law, business law, contract drafting or contract disputes, corporate entity formation, collections, and estate administration.

Whether negotiating a favorable resolution, prevailing at trial, or carefully structuring a business or real estate deal, Jake A. Garrison is committed to pursuing successful and cost-effective legal outcomes for his clients.

Practice Areas
  • Real Estate Law
  • Business Law
  • Collections
  • Probate
Fees
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
New Mexico
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
The Garrison Law Firm, LLC
- Current
Education
University of New Mexico
MBA
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University of New Mexico
J.D.
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Arizona State University
B.S.
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Awards
Professional Associations
New Mexico State Bar
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Publications
Articles & Publications
HIGH MESA GENERAL PARTNERSHIP v. PATTERSON III
New Mexico Court of Appeals
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. Once tenant has been given 3-day eviction notice for non-payment of rent, what is the next step for the landlord?
A: Good afternoon. If this is a residential property, then after the three-days notice has expired, you must go through a process known as "Restitution/Possession". This is a Court proceeding and is dictated by a set of laws called the "Uniform Owner-Resident Relations Act". I suggest you contact an NM attorney to discuss further, as failure to adhere to sometimes strict protocols can result in a negative outcome on your part.
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The Garrison Law Firm, LLC
10600 Menaul Blvd Ne, Suite C
Albuquerque, NM 87112
Telephone: (505) 293-2710
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