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I am sorry for your situation. There are SEVERAL books for a divorce guide pro se
(yourself), so go to your local Barnes and Noble or Border's and ask for the self-help guide section to law. Here are the titles, and you can order them yourself if they are out at B&N:
The second one is mostly all forms, but it complements the first one, which focuses more on procedure.
Most attorneys would NOT take a case on contingency for divorce, I am afraid - they would want money up front. If uncontested, they can do a flat fee. If contested (or turns into a contested divorce), then it becomes hourly.
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