If you've got the packet, it's pretty self-explanatory if you read all of the instructions. No one here is going to be able to walk you through it any better than what the instructions already tell you to do. You can go to the Clerk's office and they'll guide you a little bit but there's no substitute for meeting with an attorney to be sure that things get done right. Call some attorneys in your area - many offer free consultations and payment plans.
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I agree with Ms. Drake. Many attorneys are willing to conduct free consultations; check with family law attorneys in your area to find one. As an alternative, check with your local family courthouse to see whether there is a program to help pro se litigants (parties that are representing themselves in court). In Miami there is a program called "self help." Good luck.
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