Alaska Family Law Self-Help Video Series
This website offers a series of short videos that discuss many topics important to people who are representing themselves in divorce and child custody cases. The videos explain what to expect at different stages of the case, including processes and procedures. The videos also include information about child support, parenting plans, division of assets, mediation, and options for resolving your case without a trial.
Alaska Court System Self-Help Center: Family Law
(907) 264-0851; Or: (866) 279-0851 (In Alaska, but outside the Municipality of Anchorage)
Self-help resources, including forms and instructions, child custody information for unmarried parents, child support, divorce and dissolution, domestic violence, grandparents--visitation and custody, guardianship and conservatorship, paternity, property and debt. Other issues covered are adoption, annulment, change of name, emancipation, legal separation, and powers of attorney.
Arizona Family Law Center
Self-help resources related to divorce, including: attorney locator, forms and instructions legal aid, and information on annulment, child custody, child support, covenant marriage laws, divorce laws, grandparents’ rights, grounds and requirements for divorce in the Navajo Nation, and parental rights and obligations.This website offers a search tool for finding free legal help by county, at the lower right item of the "Divorce & Annulment" webpage.
The Judicial Branch of Arizona
Law library with self-help resources including court forms, research guides, self-help guides, workshops and classes, lawyer directories, legal associations and organizations, and an online research database.
Arkansas Legal Services Partnership
1-800-9 LAW AID (1-800-952-9243)
Free legal aid for low-income Arkansas residents, helpline, legal directory, legal library, pro bono portal, and free forms
California Courts Self-Help for Divorce or Separation
Information on filing for divorce or legal separation; spousal/partner support; child custody and visitation; child support; property debt in a divorce; forms; live online reference (law librarian); California self-help and family law facilitator locations; quick links to lawyers and legal help
The Campaign for Justice
Kid, teen, and parent Guides to separation and divorce; online course on parenting after separation; court locator
New Families New Future
Educational tools and resources for families transitioning through divorce; forms
Colorado Legal Services
Legal guide to divorce, custody/parenting time, child support, grandparent’s rights, paternity, protection orders, name change, civil unions and common law marriages
Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund
(860) 524-0601 in the Greater Hartford Area or toll-free at 1-800-479-2949
Learn more about the legal process; downloadable booklets on child support and alimony, child custody, visitation, court costs and fees, divorce, do-it-yourself divorce guide, restraining orders
CT Law Help
Self-help guides, court forms, videos, and other resources regarding divorce, child support, alimony, and other family issues.
Delaware State Courts
To determine if you are eligible for legal services, call the Legal Help Link at (302) 478-8850 in New Castle County and 1-888-225-0582 in Kent and Sussex Counties
Printable forms with instructions; overview of divorce and annulment; guide to legal services; guide to parent education; listing of parent education classes
Legal Services Corporation of Delaware, Inc
Dover office: 302-734-8820; Wilmington office: 302-575-0408
Legal guide to divorce, separation, annulment, child support, custody, and general family law.
Legal information and self-help forms for divorce, annulment, custody, visitation, child and spousal support, and other legal matters.
District of Columbia Courts
(202) 737-4700 (see extensions:) Divorce clinic: ext. 3292; Custody clinic: ext. 3424
The District of Columbia Bar and D.C. Public Services Activities Corporation offer a free pro-se plus custody clinic and a free pro-se plus divorce clinic for persons wishing to represent themselves. Volunteer attorneys provide legal information and assistance. Handouts are available. Additional information can be obtained by calling the divorce or custody clinic.
Georgia Legal Aid
Information, forms, and resources to matters regarding divorce and family law, including child care issues, child support, alimony, custody, visitation, paternity, divorce, terminating parents' rights, and domestic violence. In addition, find a layer and legal help.
Women’s Law-Legal Assistance in Georgia
Legal assistance search tool, lawyer referral, courthouse locations, chats and message boards, listing of state and local programs
Law Help Hawaii
Self-help interactive forms