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A friend of mine is trying to get a divorce, He is on disablity

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A friend of mine is trying to get a divorce, He is on disablity and can't afford a lawyer. His wife is making his life miserable. He went ot 'Legal Aid' and was told that they can't help him until she files. She refuses to file but wants him out of the house and if he refuses she makes his life a living hell    As you can image he doesn't have much mone. What can he do??
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  Jack R. replied 7 years ago.

Your friend can file for divorce on his own. Once he files, he can request support from his spouse if she works. He can also request exclusive use of the home. He can contact the clerk in the domestic relations court to see if they have form that can be used to faciliatet the divorce. There are also a number of self-help books that are available. The public library can be a good source of these books. They are not designed for complicated divorces, but they are better than nothing.


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