I have been married for almost 19 years then all of sudden a few weeks ago, my wife decided to start a relationship with her fellow co worker first it was a emotional, but now its a physical one while I am here raising our 11 son alone. She hasn't been home in about a week and all of a sudden she moves out and is staying with a friend or her lover. She comes and go to pick up stuff and just says bye to my son and doesn't seem in on a regular basis. She makes more money than I do, but I provide the insurance and our apartment is in our name, but financially I am might be able to afford it on a single income even though I get a discount because of my employment. We have a 11 year son together, but he is staying full time with me. I am looking to retain full custody of my son because for the most part she abandoned him and myself. If I am able to retain full custody I possibly have an opportunity to be able to move out of state to be closer with my side of the family.
Indiana is no fault jurisdiction, meaning affair or other fault is not what matters the most to Court. You need a divorce attorney
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