Seperation/Divorce


#1

Dear brokenhrt:

Greetings. First, what are you going to do about support? You need to immediately speak with an attorney, despite what he says, to make sure that you understand your rights and what your future will look like. Right now you are just focusing on the past and what the present holds, but you MUST plan for the future and an attorney can help you ensure that your future will be bright. After you get the advice you need, then you can decide how to proceed in a quick and painless way. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

My husband just left me and I have no idea what to do now. We have two children and have been married for 9 years. He wishes not to use an attorney because he is willing to agree to what I want. I guess my question is do I have to file for seperation first through an attoney or can we just file for divorce ? I want to make this as easy for me and as quick as possible but I have no idea where to start.