Hi, I'm trained and experienced in family law, and I would love to help you through your current situation. You can get them from the local courthouse (through a program called "Pacer").
Does that make sense?
You should be able to access pacer pro se from the court. And, you are most welcome.
Usually, you have to access pacer from the court if you're a non-attorney.
You can try to register online and see what you're allowed access to (as I am an attorney, I can use it online - but I'm pretty sure that's a restricted access).
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