Consult a New Mexico Lawyer

DivorceNM.com has partnered with the Family Law Resource Group, LLC. to provide lawyer consultation services.

Ready to represent yourself in your divorce, but not sure where to start? Have questions about the application? Not sure how to file with the court? Consulting with an lawyer from the Family Law Resource Group  – local experts who understand New Mexico Family Law – can help you get started by answering your questions.  To schedule and pay for a service with a lawyer, click-on the “Register Now” link and follow the online instructions.

  • Up to 15 Min. Legal Consultation
  • Free
  • 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.
  • Schedule Now
  • 45 Min. Legal Consultation
  • $99
  • 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.
  • Schedule Now
  • 1 Hour Legal Consultation
  • $125
  • 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.
  • Schedule Now

Services Available from the Family Law Resource Group, LLC.

During the consultation, our lawyers will explain the whole 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, or even fill out the application for you. Anything you need support with, our lawyers are here to help!  Please note that cancellations made with more than 24 hours’ notice shall be refundable, less a $49 administration fee.  Any appointments cancelled will less than 24 hours’ notice are not refundable.

Get Prepared to Meet with a Lawyer

To receive the best value during your consultation with a lawyer who understands New Mexico family law, please assemble the necessary documents. The lawyer will review your legal documents and discuss your specific case with you. If you have created documents on DivorceNM.Com, then please bring them with you.

To get prepared for meeting with a lawyer, we have provided easy to follow checklists, including a Divorce Intake form and a Child Custody Intake form. We suggest that you review the checklists prior to meeting with a New Mexico family law lawyer from the Family Law Resource Group.

We recommend you bring the following:

  • All documents created on DivorceNM.com
  • Tax returns for the previous 3 years
  • Bank statements
  • Statements for stock accounts, and/or any pension plans such as IRA and 401(k) accounts
  • Current pay stubs for you and your spouse
  • Credit card statements
  • Copies of any stock certificates or bonds
  • The deeds, mortgage statements and/or escrow papers for all property you and your spouse currently own
  • Any current life insurance policies for you, your spouse, or your children
  • Any prenuptial or postnuptial agreements
  • Documents from any prior legal proceedings involving your spouse or children
  • Documentation of any protective orders
  • Any estate planning documents such as your will, advance directive, or powers of attorney

Informed Consent

The purpose of this Consultation with a Lawyer is to provide advice and assistance in preparing your application for divorce and answering any questions that you may have related to your divorce. The lawyer will assist you in completing the online questionnaire and answer any questions you may have about the process of filing for divorce and representing yourself in Court. Services provided to you by the lawyer are limited to those provided during the Consultation, and the lawyer/client relationship will end upon completion of the Consultation. This means the lawyer will not file any court documents or appear before the court on your behalf.

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