Category: prospective divorce lawyer

Protect Your Property and Money During A Divorce In New Mexico

One major concern for many divorcing New Mexico couples is how the money and property will be divided. This is only natural, as each spouse wants to protect their own financial health as they prepare to move on and they also want to keep the property they value the most. When you don’t have a […]

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 […]

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 […]

Divorce Mediation in New Mexico

Divorce mediation is an option in New Mexico, and it can be a great way for you to settle your divorce without having to have a judge decide crucial matters for you. In mediation, an independent third party will work with you and your spouse to help you come to a settlement agreement. You can […]

Understanding Divorce Papers In New Mexico

If you were recently served divorce papers in New Mexico, the first thing you should do is take a deep breath and keep calm. Next, find a place to sit down and look over the papers once just for any dates or times for hearings or deadlines for responses. Then, go back over the papers […]

Dividing Assets During A Divorce

When you are looking to get a divorce or are in the middle of one, it’s important to identify all of the assets you and your spouse have. This is so the court, or you and your spouse, can divide the assets in an equal way. Unfortunately, one or both spouses hiding assets in a divorce […]

Income And Expenses During The Divorce Process

The road from the start of your divorce to a decree can take days or even years in some cases, but life will still go on while it is in process. Therefore, there needs to be a temporary division of income and expenses, which is also known as “interim support.” The income coming into your […]

Four Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Family Law Attorney

Navigating the legal system is confusing and complicated under the best of circumstances, and it can seem even more intimidating when you’re going through a serious family law matter, such as divorce or child custody. In cases like these, the last thing you need is for your interactions with your attorney to pose yet another […]

Fathers’ Rights – Navigating in New Mexico Courts

Fathers are important to children. You know that. And if you’re reading this now, something is probably standing in the way of this. There’s so much information on the internet about what’s now become a marketing hook: Fathers’ Rights… Men’s Rights. I won’t get into how the “fathers’ rights” movement began other than to say […]