A divorce lawyer is the one who handles the paperwork and deals with the kids and the finances.
An immigration lawyer is responsible for keeping your family together in the US and abroad.
The jobs of these three professions, and many others, have changed dramatically in the past 10 years.
A recent study found that employment of divorce lawyers increased by 7.6 percent over the same period, while immigration lawyers saw an increase of just 1.6.
But the number of people who hold these jobs is on the rise, and the salary is on its way down.
According to a recent survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, employment of US divorce lawyers is on track to be at the lowest level in at least 25 years.
And for people who do hold the job, it’s not all that high.
The salary of an immigration lawyer, a non-lawyer with a degree, is $60,000 per year.
That’s up from $50,000 just five years ago.
For lawyers with graduate degrees, it is about $80,000.
And the salaries for non-specialists in these fields are on the decline, too.
The median income for a lawyer in the field of divorce and immigration law is $74,000, according to the Center for Immigration Studies.
That means lawyers make a median of $8,000 less than their counterparts in other fields.
But if you’re married and want to have a divorce, it doesn’t have to be an expensive affair.
Divorce is not only an expensive legal process, but it’s also stressful and costly to you personally and the family.
In fact, it can actually put a financial strain on you, especially when it comes to child support.
This can be a problem when your child is an adult.
According a survey of 3,200 divorce lawyers, nearly half of the attorneys surveyed (49 percent) said they have had to take out an insurance policy to cover the costs of child support payments.
That was the case even though the attorneys were told that the policy would pay for the entire process.
This means that, in a divorce and a child custody case, the lawyer is not paying for his or her own expenses, but rather the costs for the family as a whole.
As the divorce and child custody cases are going on, the costs are also rising.
A survey by Pew Research Center found that in the years 2000 and 2009, divorce attorneys were paying a median $10,000 for child support, a higher sum than their peers in the other professions.
The cost of a divorce attorney in 2009 was $20,000 in the same time frame, a 25 percent increase from $10 on the previous survey.
This year, the median is set to be $29,000 with an additional $15,000 due for child maintenance and court costs.
This increase in costs could be because divorce lawyers are getting older and, according the Pew report, many of them have had fewer children.
A 2006 survey by BMO, one of the world’s largest financial advisory firms, found that just 6 percent of divorce attorneys had children at the time they started.
According to the same report, the percentage of divorce offices that have one or more children has declined from 40 percent in the 1970s to 18 percent today.
The reason for this decline is not clear.
Many experts say that the growing number of women in the profession, as well as the increase in divorce cases and custody battles, is one reason why divorces are getting more expensive.
But a new study from the University of California, Irvine, suggests that the costs may not be as high as you might think.
The researchers, from the Center on Child, Family and Youth Development, found a correlation between the number and salary of divorce attorney employees and the number, percentage and salary, of immigrant attorneys.
They found that the more immigrant attorneys the offices, the higher the salary of the divorce lawyer.
The researchers also found that, even though immigrant lawyers are making a higher median salary than their American counterparts, the pay of divorce law graduates is also higher.
The study, which was published in the June issue of the Journal of Law and Economics, looked at the salaries of US, Canadian, German and Mexican lawyers, as of 2011.
It found that divorce lawyers were earning a median salary of $84,000 and immigrants earned $56,000 (per US, US-Canadian, US and Mexican workers) in 2011.
The median salary for lawyers with law degrees was $91,000 according to Pew.
For those who didn’t hold a degree in law, the salary was $58,000 ($90,000 minus $11,000) and those with master’s degrees earned $82,000 (£55,000).
But what about immigrants who have law degrees?
They were found to earn an average of $62,000 a year ($74,500 minus $8) according to a 2011 survey by Harris Interactive.