Where Can I Obtain Forms And More Information On Divorce?

Most court clerk’s offices have copies of fill-in-the-blank forms for divorce, custody, child support, and name-change cases. For assistance with these forms or more information on divorce, consult with the court clerk and they will advise you on how to proceed. More and more courts have family support services coordinators who can provide further information on pro se (self-represented) programs, pro bono (reduced or no fee) attorneys, mediation programs, co-parenting education classes, and other referrals. Assistance in completing the form(s) is also available through the Legal Forms Helplines.

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