I want to get a divorce from my husband but it has to be and hardship
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I agree with my colleague, you can see if you quality for a pauper’s affidavit. You can also try contacting the state bar to see if there are any pro bono attorneys in your area who can help you with the process.
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I don't of anything called a hardship divorce. You can submit a form called a "pauper's affidavit" to the court. If granted, the court can waive the filing fees and usually the local Sheriff will waive service fees as well. You can contact your local legal aid office or Georgia Legal Services Program to see if you qualify for and if they have available attorneys to assist you on a pro bono (i.e. free to you) basis. If not, then you can access instructions and forms from the clerk's office and file on your own. Best of luck to you.
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