Legal Information: New Mexico
You will find the domestic violence protection order forms on the New Mexico Courts website as well as other forms for family cases, including divorce, parentage, custody and child support. You can also get the forms that you need at the courthouse. To see courthouse locations, go to our NM Courthouse Locations page.
A local domestic violence organization or advocate in your area may be able to help you with the process of filling our protection order forms. To find one, visit our NM Advocates and Shelters page.
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