How do I get a divorce and custody when I can't afford a lawyer?
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The Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts makes simple divorce forms available online, including forms for divorces with children. However, these forms are only to be used if (1) you and your husband have reached an agreement on everything including custody/visitation and child support, and (2) you and/or your husband do not own any real property (land, a house, etc.). Unfortunately, if you cannot contact your husband, then you cannot reach an agreement. So, I would suggest seeking help from an attorney. You may be able to find an attorney willing to represent you for a reduced rate or even pro bono (free of charge). I wish you the best of luck.
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