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5 Questions to Consider Before Adopting a Child as a Single Parent

While the notion of a two-parent family has long been present in our society, there are many wonderful single-parent families out there that demonstrate there is no set formula for what constitutes a happy and healthy family. All families are different, and if you are a single person ready to start your own family, adoption […]

7 Moving Tips for Your Divorce

No one enjoys moving, and it can be even more difficult when you’re moving because of a divorce. It can be sad to leave your former home behind, and the process of moving can be stressful on its own. Luckily, you can prepare beforehand to make your move after a divorce less stressful and more […]

How to Make Your Divorce More Amicable

When a couple decides to get divorced, the transition can be harder if they let their emotions call the shots. Simply put, a couple who ends up in a very contested dispute during their divorce often spends a lot more money and experiences more stress than a couple in an amicable one. If you want […]

Post-Divorce Financial Management

A divorce or legal separation has an immediate impact on finances for both spouses in most cases. While you may know what to do during the divorce to keep the lights on, you will need to be prepared to take control over your money once the marriage is officially over. As you go through your […]

3 Tips for Your Personal Well Being During Your Divorce

Divorce is a tough transition, even if it’s amicable. You’re going to be starting a whole new life, and while there are exciting opportunities, there are also going to be difficulties. Because of this, it’s very important to take care of your mental health during your divorce. This will help you start your new life […]

4 Questions to Answer About Your Family Home During a Divorce

Many major decisions need to be made in a divorce, and one of them is what to do with the family home. It’s very easy to make a mistake in this area because you likely have a sentimental attachment to the home. Before you make a final decision on how to handle the family home […]

How to Find the Best Attorney for Your Case

When you’re looking for a divorce lawyer in New Mexico, you probably already have some idea of what to do for a successful search. Checking online reviews, asking family and friends, and vetting the attorney with your local bar association are all solid pieces of advice that everyone has heard before. However, finding the right […]

Updating Your Information Post-Divorce

Divorce is often financially and emotionally challenging, and you likely already know that. What you may not know is how to protect yourself from financial disaster, which could happen long after your divorce is final. What if an accident happens after your divorce and you pass away? You expected your children or another designated loved […]

3 Tips When Borrowing Money From Friends and Family

It is common for people to experience money trouble when they are preparing for a divorce or are in the midst of one. While there may be loans from banks and other institutions available to you for things such as education, a car, and your family law attorney’s fees, repayments to an institution can be […]

5 Questions Your Divorce Attorney Will Ask You

When you are heading to an initial consultation for a divorce with a New Mexico family law attorney, you might wonder what types of questions you’ll be asked. Your first meeting with the attorney is important as it will form the foundation for your case and your attorney’s approach to it. It pays to have […]