You're not likely to get a definitive response to that question on this forum as many attorneys offer different rates dependent upon a variety of issues. Your best bet is to look (on this site) for an attorney in your area and start making calls. Many do free consultations so once you talk to a few, you're going to have a lot of your questions answered.
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You might be income qualified at legal aid. Here is a link of all listed, including Fort Pierce. It is not going to happen asap, as you have a child and if your husband does not agree to the Parenting Plan (support/responsibility/timesharing), it's going to take time. Speak with the attorneys.
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You can register with the Florida Department of Revenue to get a child support order. You can also go on line to Flcourts.org where you will find the forms that you need to do a divorce yourself. The filing fee at the court house is about $400. you can ask the court for a fee waiver form. But you and your child are likely to have less money after the divorce then you do not, so you might want to try therapy first.
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