Divorce for the sake of the future of the child

Me and my wife are fed up of the relationship & I really want to quit it out. I have a 2 year old son from this relationship. There has been a lot of mental pressure and the 4 year marriage did not turn out as expected. Having a child did not reduce the friction for long and the thing have been really bad. The fights are becoming physical and words have turned vulgar from both parties. The relationship can now to termed abusive and we go out of the way to speak to each other which we usually wont in good mind. The child is suffering due to the constant and frequent fights between us an I really do not want him to grow watching this stuff. Why after 4 years? The constant push of thinking that tomorrow the things will get better has failed. Loosing the custody of the kid or departing from him actually crushes me to ground, that is why the delay. Also I have been thinking how would he grow up in a community where divorced parents are not very common and that would affect him mentally.

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The facts and circumstances you have stated are a sign of a broken marriage, which I am sure you are aware. If you have a legal query, with regard to child custody or the procedure/process of a divorce, I would be happy to help help you.

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Hi... if u both are ready for divorce you go for mutual consent it saves u r time and money also. if both party have any claims you can settle the same before mediation. Othervise you have to go for contested divorce .
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finally you have not concluded actually what is required if you want to go for mutual consent divorce or you want to file it individually or what do you want to do, you give that in brief so that we can suggest you what to do

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