Divorce is a difficult and emotional time for all parties involved. Divorces can range from the very simple to the more complex with unusual or highly valued assets.
Little, Gilman-Tepper & Batley, P.A. handles all types of divorces and our attorneys bring nationally recognized experience to each case. We will help you identify and evaluate any issues, consider the cost and benefit of pursuing them, and adopt a strategic and effective approach to the resolution of those issues.
Our Firm strives to address your needs compassionately and respectfully and to develop personal legal plans that meet your particular goals.
Common Divorce Issues:
- Spousal Support
- High Asset Divorce
- Division of Property
- Child Custody & Timesharing
- Child Support
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Post-Decree Litigation
- Cohabitation Agreements
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Please contact our attorneys to learn how we can help you to resolve your divorce efficiently while serving the best interest of your unique situation.
New Mexico Residency Divorce Requirements
In order to file for divorce in New Mexico, one must be a resident for six months immediately preceding the filing. However, if residency is an issue, another option is to file an action for legal separation, which does not require a six-month residency.