Grounds for Divorce
When it comes to grounds for divorce, New Mexico is a mixed state. The plaintiff may file for a divorce based on fault or no-fault grounds.
Fault-based grounds point out the other party's misconduct. If a fault-based ground is chosen as the cause of the divorce, the plaintiff has to provide the court with strong evidence of the specific wrongdoing.
Fault-based grounds for divorce in New Mexico are Adultery, Abandonment, and Cruel and inhumane treatment.
The only no-fault ground for divorce in New Mexico is Incompatibility. To file for a no-fault divorce, the spouses just have to testify that the marriage is broken, and there is no hope of reconciliation
Welcome to your online New Mexico divorce guide
Qualify for divorce1
Provide your case details2
Get your papers3
File for divorce4
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