OUR AFFIRMING HEART VICITM ADVOCATES DO NOT OFFER DIVORCE ASSISTANCE
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QUESTION HELP RESOURCES
Divorce Help Workshop
Attendees will learn how to save time, money and stress at a the State Bar's free Divorce Options Workshop.
The virtual workshop includes a presentation by a volunteer attorney, materials on divorce and an open question-and-answer period. This virtual event is a free community service open to the public.
To register please call (505) 797-6022
Civil Legal Helpline
The Modest Means Helpline can assist in civil legal matters including divorce, child custody, kinship guardianship, domestic violence.
The Modest Means Helpline’s staff attorneys provide legal advice by phone and may refer the case to pro bono attorneys.
Call Monday through Friday, 8am to 1pm MT at 505-797-6013 or 888-857-9935.
SELF HELP RESOURCES
Material in this section was made available by New Mexico Courts
Self Help Divorce Video Series
This video series was created by New Mexico Courts.
New Mexico Courts - Self-Help Divorce Video Series Part 1 of 5
Representing Yourself through the Divorce Process in New Mexico Courts
More and more people are representing themselves in their divorce cases. This first video in a five-part series explains what you need to know before you decide to represent yourself - where you should file for divorce, common terms, and the homework you’ll have.
The information in this video does not constitute legal advice. The purpose of this video is for information. As highlighted in the video, if you have any questions about the process of getting a divorce in the State of New Mexico, please seek the advice of an attorney.