New Mexico Statutes Chapter 40. Domestic Affairs § 40-4-12. Allowance from spouse's separate property as alimony

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In proceedings for the dissolution of marriage, separation or support between husband and wife, the court may make an allowance to either spouse of the other spouse's separate property as alimony and the decree making the allowance shall have the force and effect of vesting the title of the property so allowed in the recipient.

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