Your question is some what difficult to follow. It would be a conflict of interest for the attorney to represent your husband against his ex-wife, who is the attorney's employee. It would not be a conflict for the attorney to represent your husband in a divorce against you, as you have no relationship with the attorney.
Pay For it yourself you cow
Consult a good divorce attorney.
I have a durable power of attorney for my husband, can I sign his name to divorce papers so I can get a divorce from him?
Not as an attorney, but could mediate an agreement. Each has to pay exactly half the fees.
Get a divorce attorney.
in India it is not
Yes, a person can file a divorce if the husband is not around. An attorney will be able to file paperwork with the courts to start divorce proceedings.
Many wives have abandoned husbands over the years. An attorney can file divorce papers and the husband will be granted a divorce.
only pro se.
Consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in divorce who can review your situation and explain your rights and options.
No because he is not still your husband. You have divorced yourself from him, so therefore have separated yourself from him.
Obtain the proper forms, or retain an attorney and file divorce papers in court.
well you can get the divorce, or try to work it out with your husband, dont just feel sorry about yourself, take action!
Ask your attorney about suing your husband for divorce "in absentia).
Any divorce attorney should be capable of handling this case.
You need to arrange a consultation with a divorce attorney in your area who can review your situation and explain your options under the laws in your jurisdiction.
Absoultely! If your soon-to-be ex husband is in a relationship with this woman it is a serious conflict. How can you expect to get fair and unbiased legal representation? Find another attorney, file against this attorney for conflict of interest and get on with the divorce!
The best thing to do is to seek legal counsel from an attorney .
A wife has the right to seek an attorney for a divorce if a husband abandons her. She will need support for herself as well as her children.
according to my sister who is filing for a divorce your husband can sue for abandonment or use it against you later in court unless you have at least discussed this with ur attorney and he leads you in right direction
Divorce laws are established by the state. You should contact an attorney in your area.
Your divorce attorney can write up the court filing papers so that they include a provision that your husband absorb the cost.
I don't know if the law is the same in all states, but since my divorce was not contested, we used the same attorney and split the attorney fees. Although, the attorney made it very clear to my ex husband that since I was the one who filed for divorce and hired him, then I was the one he officially represented. So check with an attorney and see if you and your spouse can do the same. But you and he or she will have to agree on everything, or else you will need separate attorneys.
Talk to your attorney. There are many different methods acceptable to the court for service of papers to a missing person.