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New Mexico is a "community property" state, which means that each spouse is entitled to receive one-half of all property acquired during the marriage, including retirement benefits.
It also means that spouses are responsible for taking on one-half of all debt, including debts they didn't know about.
Separate property continues to belong to the spouse who owned it.
However, spouses can agree to waive the 30-day period.
Similarly, debts owed before marriage continue to be separate debts.
The proceeds from separate property also remain separate.
It's also important to note that one lawyer cannot represent both spouses.
If you can’t afford an attorney, but need help, there are some free legal resources in New Mexico.