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Family Law in Albuquerque

Memberships:

State Bar of New Mexico
     - Young Lawyer's Division
​          (Children's Law Section Liaison)
     - Family Law Section
     - Children's Law Section
     - Solo & Small Firm Section
     - NM Women's Bar

​American Bar Association
     - Young Lawyer's Division

About the Office

Scholarly Publications & Presentations:
Divorce & Division: Reincorporating the Marginalized Voices of Children, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, thesis no. 1606039 (2015).

(De)Constructing the Family Law Rights Framework, Reimagining the Child: Next Steps in the Study of Childhood(s)
​Graduate Student Conference (April 2016).

This law office is a small firm with a single attorney--which means that each and every aspect of your case receives my personal and dedicated attention.

A small firm also means less overhead for me and lower attorney's fees for you. Let's work together to craft a framework of representation that meets both your legal needs and your personal budget.

Contact the office today to learn more.

Honors & Awards:

University of Arizona
     - Juris Doctor, cum laude
     - Barbara A. Atwood Scholar
     - American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Scholar
     - CALI Award in Legal Research
     - Outstanding Performance Award in Legal Writing​

Western Association of Graduate Schools
     - Nominee: Distinguished Master's Thesis Award

University of Nebraska-Lincoln
     - ​Phi Beta Kappa

I only recently moved to the Albuquerque area from Tucson, Arizona, but I am already falling in love with the mountains, the weather, and the people here.

Going into law school, I knew that I wanted to help people--I did not want to sit at a desk all day staring at numbers and proof-reading contracts for large companies! I was also intensely interested in personal dynamics, emotions, and the pressures that society puts on people. So I was immediately drawn to family and juvenile / children's law. 

Focusing on family law issues throughout my studies, I edited and revised the self-service forms used by people representing themselves in divorce and paternity cases in Pima County, Arizona; represented children in abuse and neglect proceedings as a student attorney at the U of A; clerked for family and juvenile court judges; and earned a Certificate in Family and Juvenile Law.

Currently, in addition to my family law practice, I represent children in abuse and neglect proceedings as a guardian ad litem​ and youth attorney.

A Note From Shasta N. Inman