4 “Trouble At Home” Red Flags For Your Family Court Judge

Custody is a very sensitive and emotional matter for many parents. Whether you are getting a divorce or ending your relationship with your co-parent, you may find yourself in front of a judge if you and your co-parent cannot come to a custody agreement on your own. In this scenario, it is the judge who […]

5 Factors For Overnight Visitation With Your Child

In an ideal world, parents would be able to settle custody matters amicably. This, unfortunately, does not always happen. If you and your co-parent cannot agree on a parenting time schedule, the judge in your case will have to decide which visitation schedule would best serve your child, including whether your child will be able […]

All About Uncontested Divorces 

Not every divorce has to be a mess with arguments, frequent case stalls, and large legal bills due to the proceedings dragging on for months or even years. If you are able to work amicably with your spouse on an uncontested divorce, you have a real shot at having the smoothest divorce experience possible in […]

What Not to Do in Your New Mexico Parenting Plan 

Your parenting plan in New Mexico is, in basic terms, a contract that will detail and outline the responsibilities and rights of each parent when it comes to child support, time sharing and custody. As your child custody attorney may have already explained to you, this plan is necessary to finalize a divorce involving children […]

4 Time-Tested Tips for Adoption

Adoption is often a very exciting time for a family that is looking to grow, but it can also be stressful and emotional. As you prepare to embark on your adoption journey with your family law in Santa Fe attorney, here are some tips to help you have a successful experience from start to finish.  […]

Estate Planning After Your Divorce: What You Need to Know

A lot goes into a divorce in New Mexico, including time, money, focus and emotions. Naturally, as this process goes on, you may find yourself just wanting to decompress for a bit. However, before you complete your journey through family law in Albuquerque, there are some life areas you may need to handle immediately after […]

4 “Dirty” Divorce Moves to Be on the Lookout For 

No one ever wants a divorce that turns ugly. That scenario is stressful and can take a toll on your money, your time and your mood. You may want to take actions and make decisions that minimize the drama in your divorce, but despite your best efforts or how civil your soon-to-be ex seems, there […]

All About Community Property in New Mexico

As you consider your divorce, you likely have a lot of questions and concerns, particularly when it comes to how assets and debts will be split between you and your spouse. New Mexico is what is known as a “community property” state, and this will guide how your property and debts are divided. An attorney […]

5 Common Questions LGBTQ+ Couples Facing Divorce Ask

Divorce is often an emotional and confusing time for a couple, and these feelings can be heightened for LGBTQ+ couples due to understandable concerns over how laws will apply and how they will be treated by the court. An experienced LGBTQ+ divorce attorney can help answer your questions, clear up any confusion and address concerns […]

3 Lists You Need to Make for Mediation

Whether you are going to attend mediation for your divorce or child custody case, you need to prepare in advance to have the best chance at a successful outcome. The Best-Case Scenario Your first list is your best-case scenario. This will be every single thing you want, even if you know this may be unrealistic […]