Uncontested Divorce, Fast, Easy, Cheap
Yes, divorce can indeed be an unpleasant and tedious experience, but if you want a divorce that's fast, easy, cheap, uncontested, divorce could be your solution. Divorce in New Mexico doesn't half to be an uphill battle or an expensive money pit for you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse. If you and your spouse can have positive communication throughout the divorce process and agree on contested issues outside of the courtroom, you can save thousands. In addition, an uncontested divorce allows couples to avoid courtroom shenanigans altogether. One of the parties will need to file a divorce petition to the court, and the other party will need to agree to the terms of the divorce listed in the petition.
Uncontested Divorce if You Don't Have Children
Having an uncontested divorce is excellent for couples who have been married for under five years. This is because most couples who have been married for under five years in New Mexico will have little community property compared to married couples of 15 to 20 years. It also could mean the linky hood of having children would be lower. If you don't have children, you can skip a huge part of the divorce process period in an uncontested and contested divorce.
You Don't Have a Large Amount of Community Property and Debts
In New Mexico, couples will have minimal community property. It would still be wise to hire a lawyer to sort all relevant documentation together and provide legal advice for anything that may pop up in your divorce. The debt issue needs a second eye because it could affect your status after the divorce and land you into financial ruin. Most of the organization for divorce papers will happen before you go to the court to file; some of the issues that will need to be addressed and resolved before you file will be; dividing up community property; debts; retirement accounts; spousal support/alimony; time-share agreements, and other personal issues with your situation.
An Albuquerque Lawyer Can Help
If you want a quick and easy legal separation, consider an uncontested divorce. It will take less time and less money to complete the proposals from start to finish and leave you with a new life. Contact us here at (505)-317-4455, chat with an online representative, or fill out an info sheet, to set up your consultation with one of our experienced Albuquerque Divorce Attorneys. We can discuss your case, concerns, and options to ensure you get the best possible outcome.