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Law Resources

Understanding Divorce with Adopted Children

On many levels, adoption is wonderful, whether through joint adoption of a child by a pair of spouses or through combining children from previous relationships into a blended family. However, many adopted children have lingering feelings of never truly “belonging” in their adoptive families. This feeling can be magnified when adoptive parents go through a divorce.

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Child Injury Law

As parents, you do everything possible to protect your children from harm. However, sometimes, despite your best efforts, accidents happen. The law provides monetary compensation for children who are injured in accidents that are caused by others, as well as compensation to parents for medical bills. The law also moderates liability for children who cause accidents, especially when children are very young.

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Community Property Laws in New Mexico

One of the most potentially problematic aspects of a divorce is dividing the property: determining who gets what. You may already be aware that New Mexico is a community property state, which means that any community property must be divided equitably upon dissolution of the marriage. However, you may not have a clear idea of just what that means, especially in terms of YOUR property. The attorneys at Frazier Law Office can help you sort out this particularly painful area to help achieve the fairest, most equitable division of property possible.

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