Getting Married in New Mexico?
Engaged Couples Education
If you are thinking about getting married, it is very important that both you and your partner understand the legal rights and responsibilities of married people. How the law views the way you own property or become responsible for paying debts, changes on your wedding day. NM Divorce & Custody Law LLC provides an educational consultation to explain these processes and prepare you and your spouse for your new future together in hopes to avoid dissolution of marriage.
What does the consultation entail?
This is a joint-educational conference that lasts around an hour and a half built to prepare couples (same-sex or traditional husband/wife) for their impending marriage vows. This short consultation goes over the legal process of getting married, as well as:
- What is community debt?
- What is separate debt?
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support and alimony
- How one’s legal status changes once they are legally married
- Pre-nuptial / Post-nuptial agreements
Mary Ann R. Burmester provides this service to prepare you and your future spouse on how legalities can change once a marriage is in place. This type of educational consultation may prevent the dissolution of marriage and help prevent many other problems from occurring once the honeymoon phase is over.
Couples Considering Marriage
Making the commitment to marry your partner is a serious step that brings legal consequences (both good and bad). In order to prepare for this important event, contact NM Divorce & Custody Law LLC in Albuquerque, NM and take part in a joint-educational conference with Mary Ann R. Burmester. She will walk you through the steps and paperwork to make sure that nothing sneaks up on you so that you can prevent dissolution of marriage before it even begins.