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1 Answers. Asked on Jul 30th, 2013 on Divorce - New Jersey
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I am going thru a very difficult divorce and can not afford a lawyer, are there any pro bono lawyers available? I am in south jersey. 
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Answered on Jul 30th, 2013 at 3:57 PM

Unfortunately there is no pro bono legal help available for people going through a divorce.  There is information available at the New Jersey State Judiciary website.   you can find the forms and instructions on line to help you with your divorce. 

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Ending a marriage is more than just an emotional process--it's also a legal process. The court must approve your "dissolution of marriage" petition, and will also rule on issues related to the division of property, alimony (also known as spousal support or maintenance), child custody and child support. A divorce or family law attorney can help guide you through the divorce process, while also negotiating with your soon-to-be ex-spouse and his or her divorce lawyer. It's important to note that ethics laws prohibit the same law firm or attorney from representing both spouses in a divorce. Even if your divorce is an amicable one, it's critical to have your own legal representation to ensure that you're treated fairly at all stages of the divorce proceeding.
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