Filing yourself


#1

Is there anywhere I can get help filling out the papers to file myself without paying? I have most of them done but some are confusing. Also what’s someone sworn to administer oaths?


#2

If you’re trying to file for an absolute divorce, check out our Do It Yourself Divorce Guide. This will give you step-by-step instructions and all the forms. Note that there is a $225 filing fee to file for an absolute divorce in every county.

Someone sworn to administer oaths can be a notary public. Your bank should have a notary that you can use.


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