In New Mexico, a petition for divorce must include the names of both spouses, the county where both spouses reside and a statement that one spouse has been residing in New Mexico for at least six months, the date of marriage, a statement that the spouses are incompatible, the names, birthdates and addresses of all minor children, information regarding any previous filings, and agreement to other statements included in the petition for divorce form. (New Mexico Judiciary Website)
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