16 Years of Family Law Experience in New Mexico
An Adovcate for Women Helping Resolve Divorce-Related Legal Problems
For many women, divorce inspires feelings of fear, as well as feelings of anxiety due to the dependency that marriage can bring. Often, husbands serve as the primary breadwinner and, consequently, are in charge of family finances. Often our women clients state, "I know I'm doing the right thing, but I'm scared out of my mind."
At the Albuquerque, New Mexico, office of PJ Hartman, LLC, we share women's goal of:
- Lessening dependency
- Increasing feelings of empowerment
- Starting a new life
We have helped hundreds of women rebuild their lives during and after divorce, and have learned that, for the vast majority of our women clients, life is better after the divorce once essential legal steps are accomplished. These steps often include:
- Arranging for court-ordered spousal support/alimony. For many women and mothers, alimony is essential in order to provide for themselves and their children immediately after a divorce.
- Arranging for court-ordered child support. Child support guidelines in New Mexico allow for little flexibility, but we can work to ensure that income levels are reported accurately so that you receive your full share of income.
- The fair division of marital property. We work with CPAs and other financial specialists to identify assets, then argue in hearings and other venues for your fair share of assets, including homes, bank accounts, pensions and retirement accounts.
We can work to help you retain health insurance, and to otherwise obtain or retain key assets and incomes during your divorce proceedings and for years to come. To learn more about us and your rights as a woman during divorce, contact our office.
Contact an Experienced Women's Rights Advocate: Divorce Representation
If you have divorce and family law questions, contact attorney PJ Hartman of the office of PJ Hartman, LLC. We accept credit cards, charge competitive rates, and are conveniently located right off of I-40 in downtown Albuquerque near the courthouse. To contact us, call 505-715-4854 or 888-710-0130.