I filed vawa petition a week ago, but didn't get anything yet. My spouse manages to continue "Driving me crazy", to say nothing, even though we have not been together for several months. I want to file for divorce. How soon can I start divorce proceeding and on what grounds? I want it to be as quick and painfull as possible. and definitely finaces metters also.
You can file for divorce at any point in time. You do not have to stay married to file a VAWA petition.
You can file for divorce now. See a family law attorney to determine on what grounds. Good luck.
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Since you have filed for VAWA already, you can now divorce him. Speak with a family law attorney regarding how best to accomplish the divorce
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You can file today. Make sure you work with an experienced attorney, my firm handles divorce and immigration issues in NY.
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You may want to speak with your spouse to see if your spouse will cooperate in the divorce. Some lawyers will charge a flat-rate if the divorce is uncontested (no court hearings). Typically, uncontested divorces are much less costly than contested divorces (in court fighting).
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