I would advise consulting with an experienced immigration attorney about your conditional status. If you cannot file jointly with your wife, there are waiver options available.
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Not an immigration or even a legal question. You get to decide whether to have a child or a divorce.
A divorce will require a waiver of the joint petition.
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As long as there is no divorce before the adjudication of your joint petition, you should be fine, otherwise you should consult with an immigration attorney to help you explore the waiver options.