Complete your own New Mexico divorce forms using DivorceWriter. You will receive step-by-step instructions and all the documents you need to get you through the entire process, stress-free.
New Mexico Residency Requirements
In New Mexico, divorce is called dissolution of marriage. As long as one spouse has lived in New Mexico for 60 days, you are ready to file for dissolution in New Mexico.
Grounds for Divorce
The ground for dissolution you will use is incompatibility, which means that both spouses agree there is no hope of saving the marriage.
Where to File
You start the process by filing the documents with the clerk of the District court in the county where either you or your spouse resides in New Mexico.
New Mexico Divorce Made Easy
- No need to serve your spouse, instead both spouses sign the Petition.
- DivorceWriter provides you with the correct forms to waive the waiting period.
- In most cases, a hearing is not necessary.
The Filing Fee
When you file the documents with the District Court, you will be required to pay a filing fee. DivorceWriter can provide you with the forms needed to request the court waive your filing fees if you are burdened with financial hardship.
DivorceWriter offers a full refund if your papers are not accepted by the District Court.