Thank you for your response.
Since you are in NY and have been married less than a year, now is the time to get out and get your divorce. There would be no marital property to divide as you are not married long enough for any real marital property to accumulate. Also, because the marriage
is less than 5 years, under the NY spousal support
system there would be no spousal support due.
As the child is a baby and there is domestic violence involved, the chances of him getting physical custody
would be slim and if the domestic violence occurred when the child was present, likely the most the court will give him is supervised visitation
As far as you moving with the baby out of the country, as the child is small and you are a citizen of the other country (as is the child) the courts in these cases where violence was involved will almost always provide in the custody order that you can remove the child from the US and most times it is not a problem. He can try to fight for visitation
and can even eventually (as the child gets older) get the court to order for you to pay for the child to visit him, but at this young age and with the DV issue the court will most times mandate only supervised visitation.
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