Yes, unless you know what the requirements and procedures for divorce and waiving the requirement for the joint petition to remove conditions on your card are.
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You can retain separate lawyers to represent you in each case. One for divorce and one for immigration. Some lawyers handle both types of cases.
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If you get a divorce, it will negatively impact your green card, when you file to remove conditions- this will increase the costs quite a bit.
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I'll charge you an arm and a leg, and have you lop off your left ear for good measure.
Pay good money for a good lawyer, or go with a "cheap" lawyer and take your chances with your future.
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No. You do not need 2 lawyers. You need one lawyer with experience in both areas. It may not be easy to find. While I have not been in the immigration court in many years , I have won asylum and had other successes in immigration area and also represent people in divorce cases. You need to meet with lawyers and find someone you can trust, afford and that has experience handling your issues.