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How to prepare your children for your divorce

While divorce as a parent can be difficult, it can be harder to break the news of your divorce to your children. You may be asking yourself how to talk to your children about your divorce. You may even wonder how your children will react…

Virtual visitation: The basics

Co-parenting in the modern age is an endeavor that is often supported by electronic means of communication. Video chats, phone calls, texts, emails and even audio recordings increasingly help to keep parents connected with their children when those children are residing with another parent. When…

Cognitive challenges must be addressed after a brain injury

Brain injuries can lead to a plethora of effects. Some of these are physical changes, but others are cognitive. It’s sometimes more difficult to deal with cognitive changes because they’re invisible. This makes it hard for others to know you’re having troubles because of your…

What happens to your student loans after a divorce?

Dividing debts in divorce can be straightforward. Maybe you have joint accounts, such as a mortgage loan or a credit card account. You are both responsible for the debt, so it gets divided along with your assets. In most cases, both people will be responsible…

Do disabled parents have a right to share child custody?

Divorcing as a parent is hard enough without any added stress or pressure. Unfortunately, those living with a disability can have added challenges in seeking child custody rights in a divorce. For example, a parent with quadriplegia may feel great pressure to prove their parental…

The most common causes of truck accidents in New Mexico

Sharing the road with trucks and large commercial vehicles can feel intimidating. It’s easy to feel dwarfed by their sheer size, especially on freeways where you’re surrounded by them while traveling at high speeds. As a resident of New Mexico, you’ll know how the weather…

Life events that can lead to a divorce

Divorce is often inspired by a single event. The most common example of this is an extramarital affair. When the other partner learns about the affair, there’s a very good chance that they are going to file for divorce, even if they did not previously…

Recent New Mexico whistleblower case leads to $340,000 settlement

It takes courage to stand up to your employer when something is not right. Whistleblower cases often come about when guidelines are ignored, clear violations take place and employee concerns rejected. In the most egregious cases, those alarmed employees even lose their jobs. Such scenarios…

2 rules for living with your spouse during divorce

Navigating a divorce is overwhelming on all levels – financially, emotionally and even spiritually. Once you have resolved to end your marriage, you will have an additional number of hard decisions to make. One of these is whether you should continue living together while working…

Who is at fault in a New Mexico rear-end crash?

Most car wrecks are completely preventable. In fact, studies show that well over 90 percent of car accidents are at least in part attributable to human error. When a road user’s reckless or unlawful intentions lead to an accident, they are deemed to be at…

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