Our Firm Donates Their Book “Divorce in New Mexico” To 45 Libraries Across the State

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  45 libraries across the state of New Mexico received copies of Divorce in New Mexico, a practical guide to the divorce process, as a donation from the attorneys/authors Sandra Morgan Little, Jan Gilman-Tepper, and Roberta Batley.  They recognized the importance of making their book available to all New Mexico residents as a helpful resource. 6-8,000 divorces are filed in New Mexico annually. By donating this book, the attorney/authors hope to empower people to make sound, rational decisions … Read more »

Is Holding On To My Marital House Really Worth It?

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by Donna Ranieri – Divorce Lending Specialist . Many of my clients are divorcing spouses, and I have often found one of their biggest concerns is having to move out of their home. I really wonder at times why some people fight so hard to keep their marital home. Sometimes I worry that their motive to keep it comes from wanting to “win” the divorce or maybe they are just afraid of change. My intent is to qualify my clients … Read more »

IAALS Meeting Highlights Experiences of Self-Represented Litigants

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August 27th, 2015 Roberta Batley, Shareholder of Little, Gilman-Tepper and Batley is on the Honoring Families Initiative Advisory Committee by Natalie Anne Knowlton Director, Honoring Families Initiative On August 20 and 21, Roberta Batley attended the multidisciplinary Honoring Families Initiative (HFI) Advisory Committee meeting in Denver. The meeting agenda included in-depth discussion of preliminary data collected over the last several months as part of the HFI Cases Without Counsel (CWC) project. Exploring how self-represented litigants in … Read more »

Sharing a Business After a Break-Up

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by Dr.Jann Blackstone Q. My partner and I have decided to split up after eleven years of being together. We have no children, but we do have a business we built from the ground up. Neither of us want to give up the business and we are considering continuing to work together once one of us moves out of the house. Do you think this is a good idea? What’s good ex-etiquette? A. If you think your predicament … Read more »

Divorce in New Mexico

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Available Now Order your copy of Divorce in New Mexico today! This great resource provides accurate and objective information to help make the right decisions during a divorce in New Mexico.  Divorce attorneys from Little Gilman-Tepper & Batley answer 360 common questions about divorce in New Mexico.  This divorce handbook provides clear and concise responses to help build confidence and give the peace of mind needed to meet the challenges of a divorce proceeding.   Order Now … Read more »