45 libraries across the state of New Mexico received copies of Divorce in New Mexico, a practical guide to the divorce process, as a donation from the attorneys/authors Sandra Morgan Little, Jan Gilman-Tepper, and Roberta Batley. They recognized the importance of making their book available to all New Mexico residents as a helpful resource. 6-8,000 divorces are filed in New Mexico annually.
By donating this book, the attorney/authors hope to empower people to make sound, rational decisions when confronted with challenges of divorce. Realizing that it is a time of transition, perhaps the information within the book can help give a sense of clarity ease to those facing divorce.
When facing divorce, people often turn to friends, the internet, and other various sources to get their numerous questions answered. Not all advice is good advice, that is why the experience these authors have gained with combined experience of over 30 years in family law, can answer those questions with concise and to the point responses.
Divorce in New Mexico is not intended to be a replacement for an attorney as cases are specific to the individuals involved. The book is written in a question and answer format that includes queries such as:
· How quickly can I divorce?
· How much will divorce cost?
· Should I hire an aggressive attorney?
· What determines who gets custody of the kids?
Rod Colvin publisher from Addicus Books, noted, “It’s not difficult to comprehend. A lot of good information is provided in bite-sized chunks….This book helps someone going through a divorce become an informed consumer.”
Attorneys Sandra Morgan Little, Jan Gilman-Tepper and Roberta Batley are N.M. Board Certified Family Law Specialists in their law firm Little, Gilman-Tepper and Batley, P.A. They are recognized as Martindale-Hubbard AV Rated, SuperLawyers, Fellows in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and Best Lawyers in America.