The steps below give you a general outline for how divorces proceed in New Mexico. Every case is different, however, depending on the specific issues that are raised. The timetable for divorces can vary greatly, from months to years.
There were probably times during your divorce when you felt like the process would never end. You were ready to take your final agreement and move on to a new life with your children; yet, various obstacles and challenges along the way kept causing delays. Finally, you stood in an Albuquerque courtroom for (what you thought) was the last time. The court issued its decree and that was that - you were free to move on and create a new, happy lifestyle with your children's best interests and well-being at heart.
When making efforts to avoid discrimination in hiring, employers typically focus on the interview — and rightfully so, because mistakes made during the interview can lead to discrimination claims. There are things you can do before the interviewing process begins, however, to comply with the law.
In the eyes of the law, animals are property — family pets are no different than a TV, a minivan or a couch. For many people, however, pets are much more important than a piece of furniture, and the law might be catching up to popular sentiment.
A sad but true reality about divorce is that the court’s divorce decree is sometimes only the first step in an ongoing process. Unfortunately, a divorce decree is like any other contract or agreement – the parties do not always fulfill their obligations.