Q: A very young georgian couple wants to divorce and need to know the best course. She is a black citizen. He is indian.
A very young georgian couple wants to divorce and need to know the best course. She is a black citizen. He is indian. She cheated on him and is pregnant with another man's child. He obtained his perm res as a benefit of being her spouse. She had a child before the marriage who was not his and he never adopted. Should they file no fault or infidelity? They do not want to raise any flags. They have been married 5 years.
A: This is a very good question - good enough to be on a law school exam! They need to meet with and hire a lawyer. Any answer that a lawyer could give on this medium, for free, would be about worth the price they paid for it. Because of the various issues involved, I would suggest they take immediate steps to secure their lawyers. At a minimum there are immigration issues, family law issues including child support and custody that will affect any advice given. And these are not so simple - so it really is better that a lawyer is secured that can review their situation and provide each of them with the best advice for each of them. This may mean they each need their own lawyer, which is usually the best case so that the interests of each person is preserved. www.JudgeCase.com
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