Seattle Divorce Services | Michael V. Fancher
You should consult with an attorney in your area. If you cannot afford to have an attorney represent you, you might still be able to have an attorney assist you in representing yourself, such as by preparing the documents you will need and giving you advice on the steps you will need to take.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Horizons Law Group, LLC | Michelle B. Fitzgerald
Depending on which area you live in, there may be a legal aid type service to help you file given no income/job at this time. Check your phone book or call the state bar hotline for the service in your area.
Answer Applies to: Wisconsin
Komanapalli Massey LLP | Mark A. Massey, Esq.
If you are unable to pay the retainer and legal fees we or any family law attorneys would charge, you may do the divorce yourself with the assistance of the court facilitator. They will not appear for you, you would act as your own attorney in pro per, but they can help you to get the right forms filled out and filed. Good luck.
Answer Applies to: California
Law Office Of Jody A. Miller | Jody A. Miller
If you are not working and have no money for attorneys fees, you might want to contact a legal aid type facility in your area. You should be able to obtain a divorce and custody of your child even under your circumstances, but you need to consult with a lawyer regarding how to proceed in your case. You probably would need to file a divorce petition and a motion for service by publication if you do not know your husband's whereabouts. There are certain procedural steps that you need to take that would be best for a lawyer to undertake.
Answer Applies to: Georgia