She recently got a job (starting next two weeks) so she should be able to support herself. I think there is a good chance at an amicable divorce even though she does not want it.
You probably need a consultation to discuss ways to make things amicable with your spouse. There are many things you can do to accomplish this, but ultimately both parties have to want to maintain their case amicably. The amicable divorce network is a great resource to achieving an amicable divorce. I attached the website. Best of luck!
You should consider consulting with an attorney who can help you plan the proper course of action and ensure that everything is handled correctly.
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You should hire an attorney whether this is an uncontested or contested divorce. If it is uncontested, an attorney can draft the paperwork and you both can sign it. If it contested, the attorney can help you protect your assets.
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