Divorce After 50 in New Mexico
If you are facing retirement or are currently retired in New Mexico, the financial implications of divorce as careers are winding down require special consideration. NM Divorce & Custody Law, LLC understands the serious nature of filing for divorce after many years of marriage and both the financial and emotional hardships that come with the process. By hiring an Albuquerque grey divorce lawyer, you may be able to minimize the toll is taken on you, your assets, your family, and your health.
Everyone’s support was wonderful, and so needed, during such a brutal, emotional, and heartbreaking time. - M.F.
If you are part of the Baby Boomer generation, born between 1946 and 1964, you are either entering retirement or possibly already there. You do not have the same amount of time to recover from a loss of property and assets as couples in their 30s or 40s. Health insurance needs, long-term care concerns, alimony, and sometimes taking care of your own elderly parents can come into play when divorce comes knocking on your door after you turn 50.
The onset of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease sometimes impacts how the divorce will proceed and it may be necessary to have a legal guardian or conservator appointed for the spouse with diminished legal capacity. In addition to health issues and financial pressures, there are family dynamics and strong emotional issues that come into play when older people are filing for divorce. The process requires a lot of time and patience, and the divorce lawyers at NM Divorce & Custody Law, LLC understand and want to help. We will be with you every step of the journey.
- We think outside the box to find the best solution for you and your family.
- Our lead attorney has been through a divorce herself and knows what you're going through.
- Our team has over 55 years of combined experience.
- We find practical solutions to fix your problems.