Q: I’m looking to file for divorce due to infidelity .I want to obtain full custody of our child
I’m looking to file for divorce due to infidelity .
I want to obtain full custody of our child and no demand for any assets division etc . Would prefer him to pay child support .
He doesn’t help with anything now ( child is 16 months old )
Also I’m on conditional Green card right now , so need divorce ce papers to b finalized in order to move on with my self petitioning immigration case.
What document is needed to be prepaired for my husbend to sign so thy divorce will go fast ?
What are my steps in finding a good lawyer who can assist me in this process and what is the cost normally ?
A: In order to get your divorce as fast as possible, you should file for a "no fault" divorce. With fully custody, he would have to pay child support based on his income.
As for finding a good lawyer, you can read the attorney's website and reviews.
Cost: It is always hard to predict how much a divorce will cost. There are many factors that can affect the cost. If your husband has a greater income than yours, it may be possible to get him to pay some or most of your attorney fees. I suggest that you do not go with the cheapest attorney, and that when you call your attorney, ask him/her what they think it will cost.
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