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Do you need a lawyer
to get a divorce?

There is no law in New Mexico that says a person
must hire a lawyer to get a divorce. For many people,
it makes sense to hire a lawyer, but for others,
doing it themselves is a realistic option.

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in three easy steps,
beginning at $195.

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Complete your Divorce or Custody Forms Online

At DivorceNM.com, we make it easy for you to prepare your own divorce papers online, file them with the court and get help from a New Mexico Attorney.

Divorce Without Children ($195)

Do it yourself – complete your court-ready forms online

NOTE:  Select this option if you do not have any children, do not have any dependent children over the age of 18 with a disability, are not expecting a child with your partner, or all children are over the age of 18.

What is Included:

  • Printable Divorce Intake Form to gather all necessary information needed to complete the process
  • Completion of all documents for both spouses
  • Easy to follow filing instructions
  • Marriage settlement agreement
  • Live chat help during specified times
  • Name change provision for wife to revert to maiden name
  • Equalizing Payments
  • Spousal support plan
  • PDF of final documents for signing and filing with instructions
  • AND…ability to make unlimited modifications to your documents – for no additional cost.

Divorce With Children ($295)

Do it yourself – complete your court-ready forms online

NOTE:  Select this option if you have any children under the age of 18, have any dependent children over the age of 18 with a disability, or if you are expecting a child with your partner.

What is Included:

  • Printable Divorce Intake Form and Child Custody Intake Form to gather all necessary information needed to complete the process
  • Completion of all documents for both spouses
  • Easy to follow instructions
  • Live chat help during specified times
  • Marriage settlement agreement
  • Parenting plan that specifies child-related agreements
  • Child financial support documents
  • Name change provision for wife to revert to maiden name
  • Equalizing payments
  • Spousal support plan
  • PDF of final documents for signing and filing with instructions
  • AND…ability to make unlimited modifications to your documents – for no additional cost.

Child Custody & Parentage ($295)

Do it yourself – Complete your court-ready forms online

NOTE:  Select this option if you are not married, and have any children under the age of 18, have any dependent children over the age of 18 with a disability, or if you are expecting a child with your partner.

What is Included:

  • Printable Child Custody Intake Form to gather all necessary information needed to complete the process
  • Completion of all documents for both parties
  • Easy to follow instructions
  • Live chat help during specified times
  • Parenting plan that specifies child-related agreements
  • Child financial support documents
  • PDF of final court-ready documents for signing and filing with instructions
  • AND…ability to make unlimited modifications to your documents – for no additional cost.

And, If You have Questions, Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an appointment with one of our experienced New Mexico lawyers who practices New Mexico Family Law.

Up to 15 Minute Consultation (FREE)

With a Lawyer who understands New Mexico Family Law

Free Consultation

In the consultation, our attorneys can explain the process, including how to file an application, how the divorce is finalized, and what decisions must be made about your children.

45 Minute Legal Consultation ($99)

With a Lawyer who understands New Mexico Family Law

45 Minute Consultation

In the consultation, our attorneys can explain the process, including how to file an application, how the divorce is finalized, and what decisions must be made about your children. They can review your application to make sure it is correct.

How It Works – for a Divorce in New Mexico

Step 1:

Get Prepared

Create your account, review directions and gather the information required to complete each form.

Step 2:

Create Documents

Complete online questionnaire to build your document. Consult one of our Lawyers to seek advice during the process.

Step 3:

Print and File

Purchase, download and sign your document.  Instructions are provided to assist you with filing with Court.

Step 4 (Optional):

Consult a Lawyer

When your documents are completed, a legal expert is available to review your documents (for additional fee).

Free Legal Guide

NEW MEXICO DIVORCE & CUSTODY: A GUIDE FOR REPRESENTING YOURSELF IN COURT

This free Guide will help you through your New Mexico divorce or custody case by providing general information about the process, what to expect, and tips for to help as you prepare for your day in court.

When you download this free Guide, you will be invited to schedule a free consultation (up to 15 minutes) with a lawyer who understands New Mexico Family Law through our partnership with the Family Law Resource Group. Download the Guide today!

How much child support should you expect?

FREE ONLINE NEW MEXICO CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATOR

In New Mexico, child support is the financial contribution from the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent towards the expenses of raising the child. Generally child support expenses include the basic necessities such as food, clothing, shelter and medical care. You may use this calculator to determine the anticipated child support for your situation in just minutes. This calculator is provided to you at no cost, but registration is required.

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On your own. But not alone.

DivorceNM.com allows you to take control of your divorce in New Mexico by assisting you to craft a divorce, custody or child support agreement that fits your needs and budget. And at any time, you have the opportunity to consult an attorney about your case.

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