Presumably you can seek a loan or set up a request for loans. But the question is why your husband is not contributing toward your fees.
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I certainly think there may be legal ramifications to set up a legal defense fund involving tax laws for 501(c)'s and the like although I have seen similar things done as fund-raisers for medical bills, but those are usually run as community events. However, as the other attorney posted, if your husband is well off and can afford to pay your legal bills, you need to have a motion for pendite lite support, which means support that you can obtain before the judgment of divorce. While you may find forms to do this at a local law library (usually at your county's courthouse, it is better to do it with an attorney.
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