She wants the divorce, and I can't do anything but agree to it. So does it matter which one of us files for it? I've had one consult with a lawyer, so I could do it. I don't want my kids to think I'm the one who wanted the divorce if they happen to be home when she is served with the papers. Is there anything else legally or financially I should be concerned about if I file instead of her.
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