Step 1: Get Prepared for Your New Mexico Divorce or Custody Agreement
By preparing for a divorce or custody agreement, you can reduce much of the stress and conflict that many people face when they rush the process. Planning ahead allows you to make sound decisions and start preparing for your life after divorce or your custody agreement.
The amount of information required for a divorce or custody agreement can seem overwhelming, so it makes sense to begin gathering all of it together as soon as possible. You will need to have a record of account names, account numbers, addresses, and phone numbers for all of your assets and debts. Don’t forget bank accounts, credit cards, loans, stocks and bonds, mortgages, and title information. It also helps to have tax statements for the last three years, as well as pay stubs and employment information. If there is a business involved, get a copy of the tax records, assets, and debts. Other paperwork to make copies of is deeds, prenuptial or antenuptial agreements, wills, and powers of attorney.
To assist you in gathering all the necessary information to complete your legal documents online, we have provided easy to follow checklists, including a Divorce Intake form and a Child Custody Intake form. We suggest that you review the checklist prior to beginning the online questionnaire process.
We also encourage you to check out our Divorce and Custody Agreement Calculators, including our app available through iTunes and GooglePlay. These calculators will help you gain a better sense of any child support or alimony payments that may be applicable in your divorce or custody agreement.
After reviewing these Intake forms, register by clicking-on Log In or Sign Up at the top of the page. You must register before you may begin. And it is free to register – you do not pay until you are ready to create your court-ready forms.
At DivorceNM.com, we believe “On Your Own, But Not Alone.” It is for this reason that we have created an interactive web platform which is Simple, Affordable and Trusted. If you have any questions along the way, consider scheduling a free 15-minute appointment with one of our knowledgeable attorneys to discuss your divorce or custody agreement.
Complete your divorce or custody agreement online for as little as $195.
There is no law in New Mexico that says a person must hire a lawyer to get a divorce or complete a custody agreement. For many people, it makes sense to hire a lawyer, but for others, doing it themselves is a realistic option. At DivorceNM.com, we make it easy for you to prepare your documents and file them with the court. Just follow the steps and instructions provided.
Create account today and begin for free. Pay nothing until you are ready to print and file.