A Guide to New Mexico Divorce Forms

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DivorceNM.com is a robust interactive online platform that automatically transforms your responses to our online questionnaire to legal documents that are ready to print, sign and file.

Divorce Forms Included in Your Pro Se Legal Services Package

Your divorce with children or divorce without children package includes most of the standardized and customized forms you need to complete your divorce process online without an attorney.

Common Name for Divorce Forms Full Official Document Title
Divorce Application Packet
  • Domestic Relations Information Sheet
  • Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with Children

− OR −

  • Petition for Dissolution of Marriage without Children
  • Summons
  • Temporary Domestic Order (if applicable)
Response (to be filed by the non-filing party or Respondent)
Financial Disclosure Statements
  • Interim monthly income and expenses statement
  • Community Property and Liabilities Schedule
  • Separate Property and Liabilities Schedule
  • Notice of Compliance with Rule 1-123 NMRA
Divorce Papers
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage
Child Custody Papers
  • Child Custody Plan
  • Child Support Obligation
  • Child Support Worksheet A

− OR −

  • Child Support Worksheet B
  • Income Withholding for Support Form (if applicable)

Forms Not Available on DivorceNM.com

DivorceNM.com can help people seeking an uncontested divorce or child custody agreement or contested case in which the opposing party either does not respond at all to the Summons or is responsive throughout the divorce process.

When the opposing party is unresponsive or uncooperative after filing their Response, you may need to file motions to request help from the Court to move your case along. DivorceNM.com does not generate these motions.

Forms not available on DivorceNM.com include:

  • Motion for Referral to Mediation
  • Motion to Enforce Order
  • Motion to Modify [any temporary or existing order]
  • Objection to Hearing Officers Recommendations

DivorceNM.com can generate a Temporary Protective Order. However, if you are filing for divorce to end domestic abuse and/or think that you or your children may be threatened or at increased risk for harm because you are filing for divorce or child custody, you may need at attorney. We encourage you to consult with a family law attorney to find out if our online divorce services are appropriate for your situation.

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