There are many great ones here on avvo, make some calls.
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I agree with Mr. Lewis' advice, you can find many great attorneys on this site, have a look at soem of the attorney profiles in the state in which you intend to file your divorce.
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While my office will take a retainer for representation, we will also set up meetings to guide you through the legal process so you can do it on your own. This is often a lot cheaper than retaining someone. You should also look into your neighborhood legal clinic: http://www.kcba.org/pbs/nlc.aspx#nlcpage4Ask a similar question
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