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  • Understanding Community Property in New Mexico II – The Sequel: Retirement Accounts
    Understanding Community Property in New Mexico II – The Sequel: Retirement Accounts

    As a companion to my previous blog explaining some of the significant components of community property laws and how they are generally applied in New Mexico, this blog is a deeper dive into ...

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  • Who Gets the House in a New Mexico Divorce?
    Who Gets the House in a New Mexico Divorce?

    I recently received the following message via email regarding a particular divorce proceeding: "Quick Question: What's going to happen with the house?" The question is indeed quick. I'll give them ...

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  • Why You Should Mediate, Rather than Litigate, Your Divorce
    Why You Should Mediate, Rather than Litigate, Your Divorce

    The last time I went to court, both parties were left unhappy. The mother, whom I was representing, received less in child support than she thought she deserved. The father, represented by another ...

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  • Celebrity Divorces
    Celebrity Divorces

    The Dos and Don’ts of Celebrity Divorces Celebrities want to be noticed. That is why they are actors, right? They want to be noticed for their performances in shows and movies - and even in their ...

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  • When is it Time to Divorce?
    When is it Time to Divorce?

    Is My Marriage Over? Marriages don’t end overnight - usually a relationship wears down gradually and the couple divorces after being unhappy for a long time. It’s difficult to say exactly when to ...

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  • Mediated Divorce – A Slam Dunk Every Time!
    Mediated Divorce – A Slam Dunk Every Time!

    A majority of divorces begin with a vague mutual notion of wanting to get through the process “amicably” so they can move on with their lives. Why then do most of divorces end up being highly ...

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