Yes, but you really need to speak with an experienced family law attorney in your area. It may be that your husband will be ordered to pay your attorney's fees so do not attempt to do this alone. If there are significant assets and long term spousal support, then an attorney may be willing to take on the case for a small retainer, hoping to get a court order for attorney fees. See the links below for additional information.
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