Call the bar association in your county. They might be able to direct you to the right resource.
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You should contact Legal Aid Services of Eastern Missouri - they will assist you or refer you to somebody who can assist you:
St. Louis (Main Office)
4232 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Phone: (314) 534-4200
Phone: (800) 444-0514
Fax: (314) 534-1425
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Legal services of eastern Missouri and catholic legal assistance ministries are two great resources for those individuals who can't afford representation and live in the St. Louis are. I would suggest contacting them. If your disability limits your ability to obtain sufficient income to support yourself then you may be a candidate for maintenance (aka alimony) for your husband upon being divorced.Ask a similar question
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