Pick a man. Trust me. I am a woman who has been around the divorce courts. Also, pick a man who is a "regular". I would call your county clerk of courts office and explain that you're looking a divorce attorney that has experience in your county. State that you're not specifically asking them for recommendations, but can they please give you names of attorneys who regularly handle divorce cases in that country. If they are unwilling to do that, ask if they have a list of court approved "Guardian Ad Litems." Guardian Ad Litems are often assigned to a case when there is a custody dispute and the Guardian Ad Litem represents the interest of the children. Most Guardian Ad Litems are divorce attorneys who are active in that county. Here you will get more information about deportation lawyer.