Have you been contacted by a person claiming to be a court employee who states that you are not in compliance with an order of the court because you missed a court date or did not pay? Keep yourself safe from cyber criminals imitating court telephone numbers (“spoofing”) who demand payment!  Anyone who receives a suspicious phone call should hang up and verify the status of their case using the NMCourts Case Lookup tool.  You can also contact the court directly or call court customer service at: 855-268-7804.  Remember: you can always see a Judge to address your outstanding issues.

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Information about the Office of Family Representation and Advocacy and the Oversight Commission’s meetings can be located at the OFRA webpage

The Family Representation Commission concluded its work in December of 2022 upon the launch of OFRA.


Family Representation Commission

The Family Representation Commission ended December of 2022 following the realization of its goals through the creation of the adjunct executive agency “The Office of Family Representation and Advocacy”.  The Family Representation Commission was initially established by the Order of the New Mexico Supreme Court on October 23, 2020  and its dedicated members helped initiate changes to improve the quality of legal representation provided to children and parents in abuse and neglect cases. Prior to its conclusion the materials and information gathered by the commission was transfered to the OFRA Oversight Commission.