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How to Control Discovery Costs in Divorce

How to Control Discovery Costs in Divorce

If you are facing a divorce in Albuquerque, you are probably concerned with how much it will cost you. We know that it is an emotional process, and we would like to make it as smooth as possible. That being said, it is important to talk about the discovery in divorce cases.

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Experience Really Matters in Divorce and Family Law

Experience Really Matters in Divorce and Family Law

There are a great many issues that fall under the legal umbrella of divorce and family law, and all of them require an experienced attorney who has had years of practice in that specific field. Of course, everyone usually thinks about divorce, annulments, and separations as being the primary focus of family law, but there are many other components to divorce and family law as well.

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The Myth of the Pit Bull Divorce Attorney

The Myth of the Pit Bull Divorce Attorney

Divorce is just a legal term. When you decide to part ways with your spouse, you still have to be able to communicate with one another and jointly raise your children into adulthood. Despite the divorce, there will be soccer games, school events, birthday parties, graduations, weddings, and many other activities to attend.

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Divorce Mediation in Albuquerque

Divorce Mediation in Albuquerque

In a mediated divorce in Albuquerque (and throughout New Mexico), one attorney handles your case and acts as a neutral third party. He or she represents neither you nor your spouse and provides no legal advice but helps both of you work toward a resolution of your case.

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Three Common Mistakes in Alimony Cases

Three Common Mistakes in Alimony Cases

In a mediated divorce in Albuquerque (and throughout New Mexico), one attorney handles your case and acts as a neutral third party. He or she represents neither you nor your spouse and provides no legal advice but helps both of you work toward a resolution of your case.

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Facebook, Texts and E-mail in Your Divorce Case

Facebook, Texts and E-mail in Your Divorce Case

To my Albuquerque divorce and family law clients, I give the following advice: NEVER write a Facebook post, text or e-mail if you are under any kind of emotional strain. In other words, if you feel the slightest bit angry, frustrated, upset, or sad, you should let those feelings pass before ever communicating about your case.

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Dividing Property in Divorce

Dividing Property in Divorce

One question we get asked a lot is, how is our personal property divided in New Mexico. It is very important to talk about dividing property in a divorce case because it can be an emotional process. The first thing to remember is lawyers hate dealing with personal property.

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