You absolutely, 100%, need an attorney.See question
This is not a divorce matter.
Furthermore, attorneys are unable to solicit business on the Avvo forum, so no one will respond to you saying they would like to file a lawsuit.See question
She is not entitled to your settlement.
I suggest contacting a local divorce attorney to help you sort out any other marital assets.See question
You're looking at 4-6 months, AFTER all appropriate documents have been filed with the court, etc.See question
A judge will make his or her ruling, based on the children's best interest.See question
You need to hire a lawyer, and go over the facts of your case with them. no one here can tell you whether or not the father's motion will be granted.See question
It is impossible for anyone here to tell you what will be decided in court.
Does the father have an attorney? If so, he needs to speak with his lawyer. If not, he should get one.See question
You are still married. Consult with an attorney if you are considering filing for a divorce.See question
It can take up to 6 months for a judge to review and sign your JOD, once everything is submitted. This is standard.See question
Contact an attorney in White Plains to discuss filing a petition for custody. You need to get a court order regarding custody and visitation.See question