Category: dissolution of marriage

3 Tips for Co-Parenting Text Message Communication & Conflict Resolution

If you’re raising your children across two different households post divorce or legal separation, you know that consistent communication between you and your co-parent is incredibly important. When that communication breaks down, whether it’s because of a lack of or refusal to text each other, your children will be the ones who suffer the consequences. […]

Tips For Talking To Your Spouse Before Filing For Divorce

Talking to your spouse about your divorce before you file may seem like a tall order, but it’s the best way to go in cases where a person isn’t being subjected to emotional or physical abuse. Some people may tell you that if you file first, you’ll gain an advantage, but in reality, you may […]

Common Fears Children Experience When They Learn Their Parents Are Divorcing

When children are part of a New Mexico divorce, things immediately become more complicated. As a parent, you naturally want to calm your child’s worries, but it can be difficult to tell what your child actually knows about divorce. Their exposure so far in life may be limited to what they have heard from friends […]

Post-Divorce Social Life Tips

Going through a divorce or a separation in New Mexico often changes a lot about a person’s life, and it can seem as if the enjoyable parts of your life have been frozen at home and socially. It can be tough to deal with all the changes happening at once, and it’s vital that you […]

How Divorce Impacts Your Credit

A New Mexico divorce impacts many areas of your life, from how you live each day to your financial situation. In fact, many people who are headed into divorce worry about their credit because it can often be ruined by actions you take during the divorce process. A divorce does not negatively impact your credit […]

Back To School Co-Parenting Tips

When your kids head back to school, it can be a stressful event even if they don’t mind going. There is the  school supply shopping, doctor’s appointments and schedule changes that occur with preparing for the school year. When you add in a big change over the summer, such as your New Mexico divorce or […]

Factors To Consider With A Military Divorce

Divorce in New Mexico can get complicated under the best of circumstances, and if one or both spouses are members of the Armed Forces, it can be even more complex. If you or your spouse are divorcing and one or both of you is in the military, it’s important to seek legal advice from an […]

Three Rules For Managing Family Plans and Information During Separation and After Divorce

When you have two separate homes during a separation period or post-divorce, managing family plans can get complicated quickly. Scheduling pick-up and drop-off times between both homes, deciding how holidays are going to work, and remembering all of the after-school activities and events your children have can be a lot to handle. On top of […]

Tips For Making Your Budget Work After A Divorce

A New Mexico divorce is going to involve and impact your finances, and it can bring some challenges and obstacles along with it. With the loss of one person’s income, you may really feel as if you’re living with much less, but you can use the tips below to save some money and make your […]

Communication Documentation And Divorce

When you decide to divorce in New Mexico, it can be scary at first for a lot of reasons. For starters, it’s likely that you’ve never done this before, so you don’t have the knowledge you would like to navigate it. Whether you are considering divorce right now or are already in the process, one […]