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#1

I want to file a divorce but I don’t know what to do first. We got married in Philippines in 2005. We are green card holders right now. How can I file for alimony and child support? I’m a homemaker and student. Please help.


#2

Once you and your spouse have separated, you will need to file a court complaint for postseparation support, alimony, child support, child custody, and likely equitable distribution if you have marital property. As a homemaker and student, you may qualify for postseparation support and alimony.

Take a look at our Sample Complaint to use as a guide as your draft your own.

First, you may want to sign-up for some of our webinars. We offer two free Webinars, Divorce Legal and 50 Divorce Tips in 50 Minutes, that you may find very helpful as you begin your separation. These webinars will give you lots of information about the divorce process and they are presented multiple times a week.


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