ok so how do I get started?
I don't have an attorney and I can't really afford one. I am a single parent and I just graduated from college yesterday and I have not found a teaching job yet. what form do I have to file? where can I get that form?
is it possible to make him pay me back for the wedding since it has been so long?
does it cost to file this motion?
but they closed it years ago after they said our paper work wasn't filled out right
do I just say I want to reopen it? or do I need to do something else first before I file the motion for him to pay? or do I do them both at once?
is there anyway to make him pay for that too?
ok so I just go into our local court and tell them I want to file a motion for divorce and have him ordered to pay all of the costs?
Is there a way for me to get these documents on my own? I can't afford to pay a lawyer
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