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I am getting a divorce and because of financial
situation can not afford to pay hundreds of
dollars to get. How can I do the paperwork
without having an attorney?
Asked on January 16, 2017 under Family Law, North Dakota
M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 5 years ago | Contributor
Since money is an issue, see if you qualify for represention by legal aid or see if there is a law school that runs a legal clinic nearby to where you live. Also, state/county bar associations have lists of attorneys who will take cases for free or low cost, depending on your income and circumstances. If you decide to go it alone, here are 2 links to the forms that you will need to file for your divorce:
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