My wife & I live together but have no relation since years . She has two boyfriends but refuses to leave because she whats our house for her self. What worries me is if we do get divorced that I'll lose my house & she'll take advantage & become irresponsible with our two younger ones. I pay her child support even though we never seen a judge for that. I pay all my utilities & take care of my children. She is abusive towards me throws things, hits me,ect. She tried to hit my daughter last weekend, I got in between so I got hit with a shoe. I found out she has life insurance on me but I don't understand why if we don't even talk . Need help is a stressful situation , what forms exactly do I need to get this divorce on it's way.
Family Law Attorney
Hire an attorney. You need guidance, to be advised of your rights and your legal options. No form is going to fix this.
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Divorce / Separation Lawyer
I would suggest that you hire an attorney as soon as possible and file for divorce right away. n
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Family Law Attorney
You will almost certainly spend more in the long run if you try to do this yourself. You have children and property. It is not a good idea to be pro se.
Your first step is to hire a lawyer.
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