No, again, you cannot get an annulment just because his job plans didn't Ed up working out the way you expected. Since according to your previous question you have a baby together, that's going to increase the expense of getting a divorce, unless you already have orders in place regarding your child. As to exactly how much it will cost, no one's going to be able to tell you that without knowing a whole lot more about your situation. Filing fess and other court costs usually run a few hundred dollars, while attorney fees vary tremendously depending on your specific legal needs (kids or no kids, real estate or no real estate, retirement accounts or no retirement accounts, and so on), and of course whether everything is truly agreed between the spouses or will require extended negotiations, mediation, or a trial.Ask a similar question
Attorneys fees are going to be higher because you have a child. The family law attorney correctly states that there will be filing fees, service fees, etc. Check with some local attorneys in your area and be prepared to pay a retainer amount upfront. Good Luck!
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Depends on the attorney. Fees vary.
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