Category: divorce lawyer

Overcoming 3 Common Divorce Fears

When people talk about divorce, many emotions are often mentioned, including anger and sadness. But there’s one common emotion associated with divorce that isn’t talked about nearly enough, and that is fear. If you have just begun your divorce or are considering one and you are experiencing one or all of the common fears below, […]

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 […]

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 […]

Should You Hire a Divorce Attorney

When it comes to taking that first step toward a divorce, the first thought of many people is “How can I possibly afford to pay for a divorce?” In reality, many people can’t simply “afford” to get divorced. This usually isn’t something people budget for. Regardless, many people still manage to get divorced every year […]

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 […]

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 (https://www.today.com/health/what-gray-divorce-6-things-know-about-splitting-later-life-t218377). 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, […]

Considerations for Divorces Involving Military Personnel

As someone going through or preparing for a divorce in New Mexico, you’ve got a ton of concerns. If you or your spouse are an active-duty military member or a veteran, there are even more things to consider. Although you will go through the same court process as civilians, there are additional things to handle […]