Author: C1Partners

How to Deal With an Ex-Spouse in a New Relationship

A divorce can bring a lot of emotions with it. After all, it’s not only the end of the marriage; it’s the end of the life you had planned on having. One common stress point in divorces is when one spouse has moved on quickly, finding a new partner during or immediately after the divorce. […]

Dealing With Your Feelings After a Divorce

Divorce is an experience that brings many emotions with it, from positive emotions like relief to feelings such as anger and sadness. However, there are other feelings that can pop up in a divorce no matter how the relationship ended, such as guilt and shame. While feeling shame and guilt about your divorce is very […]

4 Common Prenup Mistakes

A prenuptial agreement, or prenup, is no longer a tool for just the very rich. If you are considering marriage in New Mexico, signing a prenup beforehand can help spare you a painful divorce process if things just don’t work out. It can also help out couples who have specific concerns going into the marriage, […]

5 Divorce Prep Tips

Divorce in New Mexico isn’t an easy process, even for the most civil couple. Before you dive headlong into your own divorce, keep the following uncommon but important divorce prep tips in mind. Handle Your Emotions First Emotions often drive a divorce. They spark arguments, fuel court battles, and cause distress. Naturally, the more emotions […]

4 International Adoption Tips

When you first start the international adoption process, you may find the information to be seemingly limitless and therefore overwhelming. In fact, many families struggle to figure out which program and agency is the ideal fit for them because of the sheer volume of information out there. If this sounds familiar to you, keep in […]

5 Common “Gray Divorce” Concerns

Divorce over the age of 55, known as a “gray divorce,” is becoming more common. According to Today, divorce rates are actually the highest among men and women ages 55 and up ( If you are older and considering divorce, you likely have more concerns than someone younger who hasn’t been married for nearly as […]

5 Reasons a Divorce Can Become Complicated

All divorces have their own set of features, but you can generally group them into two overall categories: complex and simple. Some divorces are clearly in one camp or the other from the start; however, other divorce cases begin as simple but become complex as they play out. This can be caused by many things, […]

4 Questions Your Divorce Attorney Will Ask You

Consulting with a divorce attorney in New Mexico can feel final and even intimidating, but it’s a wise move. An attorney will be able to give you advice specific to your situation and work to protect your interests. They will also address your concerns, answer your questions and act as your guide as your case […]

3 Common Co-Parenting Myths

Co-parenting after a divorce can seem like a daunting proposition. In fact, it’s possible that differences in parenting styles between you and your spouse were a factor in your divorce, making the idea of having to co-parent after the marital relationship has ended even more stressful. Keep in mind that you are certainly not alone; […]

How to Ask Your Spouse for a Divorce

Preparing to ask for a divorce can be stressful and confusing. After all, you never thought you’d be in this position, and now you’re not sure how to approach it. To help start your divorce off on the least contentious foot possible, here are some tips on asking your spouse for a divorce. Try Marriage […]