I would recommend calling Legal Aid of Southeastern Pennsylvania to see if they can assist you. Their intake number is: (877) 429-5994, and they are there to answer calls from 9am-1 p.m. Monday-Friday. They might be able to help you depending on your income level, or at the least, recommend someone who could help out.
Best of luck
My response is based solely on the limited amount of facts posed in the question. This does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please contact an attorney if you feel it is needed to help you with this or any other question.
You can file for spousal support without a divorce complaint, or for alimony pendente lite--assistance during the pendency of your divorce proceedings as part of the divorce complaint. You can also include a request for other financial rights, such as equitable distribution of debts and assets, and alimony in the divorce complaint. Before taking any of these steps, however, you must consult with an attorney.
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