Create account and begin for free. Pay nothing until you are ready to print and file.
NOTE: Select this option if you are not married, and have any children under the age of 18, have any dependent children over the age of 18 with a disability, or if you are expecting a child with your partner.
To file a Child Custody and Parentage case in the state of New Mexico, the child[ren] must live in the state of New Mexico. If the child[ren] does not live in New Mexico, we recommend that you consult a lawyer regarding your options.
What is Included:
Printable “Intake Forms” used to gather all necessary information needed to complete the process (see ‘Get Prepared Before You Begin’ below)
Completion of all documents for both parties (see ‘Sample Documents’ below)
Easy to follow instructions
Live chat help during specified times
Parenting plan that specifies child-related agreements
Child financial support documents
PDF of final court-ready documents for signing and filing with instructions
AND…ability to make unlimited modifications to your documents – for no additional cost.
Get Prepared Before You Begin Your Parentage and Child Custody Case:
Sample Documents for a Parentage and Child Custody Case:
After you ‘Get Prepared’, you may ‘Start Your Process’ with the online interview process by clicking-on the ‘Start Now’ button above – registration is free and you do not pay until you have completed the online interview and generate your court-ready forms for a parentage and child custody case. Below are a sample of some of the forms that will be created.
Start Your Process:
When you have gathered all necessary information to get prepared (see link to the Child Custody Intake Form below), click-on the Start Now button. Registration is required. However, you will not be charged until you complete the online questionnaire and are ready to generate your court ready forms.
* The price for the type of case you select does not include court filing fees. If your income is below a certain level, you may be entitled to a waiver of the filing fee. This is called “free process.” Ask the clerk’s office at your local district court for more information about free process.