Free New Mexico Divorce Forms

To file for divorce in New Mexico, you or your spouse must be a resident of the county in which you file, and you or your spouse must have resided in the state for a minimum of six months. To be exact, you or your spouse must have a domicile in New Mexico as defined by Section 40-4-5 NMSA 1978.

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New Mexico Divorce Forms
New Mexico Divorce Forms

New Mexico has a unique provision that the person filing for divorce must serve the papers to the other party. The court or sheriff will not serve the papers for you. The paperwork must be served to the other party. The person who serves the court paperwork must be 18 or older and not be a party to the divorce proceeding. You or someone you trust must deliver the summons packet to the respondent as required by Rule 1-004(F) NMRA. It is solely YOUR responsibility to have the summons packet served to your spouse and provide proof that the service was completed.

Below are some of the New Mexico divorce forms you will need.

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New Mexico Divorce Instructions

New Mexico Domestic Relations Information Sheet

New Mexico Petition For Dissolution of Marriage Without Children OR

New Mexico Petition For Dissolution of Marriage With Children

New Mexico Notice of Compliance With Rule 1-123 NMRA

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New Mexico Community Property and Debts

New Mexico Separate Property and Debts

New Mexico Marital Settlement Agreement

New Mexico Custody Plan and Order

New Mexico Child Support Obligation and Order

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New Mexico Final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage Without Children

New Mexico Final Decree of Dissolution of Marriage With Children

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