New Mexico Financial Law – Attorney Don Harris, Providing Family, Bankruptcy, and General Law Services in Albuquerque and surrounding areas

New Mexico Financial Law in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is a law firm owned by Don Harris. I specialize in bankruptcy law, family law, and other legal issues involving financial matters. With more than 20 years of experience in the field, I have a proven track record that speaks volumes on my ability to solve various problems. The cases I handle receive my personal attention, which has satisfied many clients.

Family Law & Divorce

New Mexico Financial Law provides different types of family law and divorce services to various individuals, including child custody, child support, alimony and division of assets. Get your life back on track!


Bankruptcy Law

Let me fix all your bankruptcy problems through my bankruptcy law services. Whether you are an individual or a business, I assist you in any way necessary for a healthy financial future. Don’t delay!


General Law

Trust me to provide general law services that address various legal issues involving your finances or causing financial stress. I care about your problems and pay personal attention to your needs.


Don Harris family law attorney


  • Twenty five years of practicing law, and getting great results.
  • Appointed by the New Mexico State Bar to serve on several judicial selection panels.
  • Only attorney in the State of New Mexico who is certified in both Business Bankruptcy Law and Consumer Bankruptcy law by the American Board of Certification.
  • Member of the International Association of Collaborative Professionals and the New Mexico Collaborative Practice Group. Qualified professional in the area of Collaborative Divorce Practice.
  • The former chairman of the Bankruptcy Law Section of the New Mexico State Bar.
  • Augments his team with financial advisors, accountants & forensic CPAs, assuring your best results.
  • Represented 31 states before the United States Supreme Court on a high-profile case.
  • Invited to testify before Congress on pending bankruptcy legislation.
  • Gives back to the local community with many years of public service