You may be able to contact the Gwinnett County Superior Court Clerk's Office and they may have pro se packets. Otherwise, you may want to take a look at the following for Fulton County's Family Law Division; their standard forms are used across the state by attorneys and individuals alike as a quick and convenient source of family law-related docs. http://www.fultoncourt.org/family/family-packets.php#divorce
There are many attorneys who can prepare these documents for you at a reasonable cost, especially when both parties agree. If you absolutely cannot hire an attorney, go to the legal aid office personally. If they will not help you, at least ask them for some forms to do it yourself. Do not purchase forms online from companies that have no knowledge of Georgia law.
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While Fulton, Cobb, Gwinnett and Dekalb all have some minimal online forms, you'd be surprised how inexpensive the fees are for a lawyer to do a divorce in Gwinnett (feel free to call me at 404-768-3509 for a quote). Given the many problems divorce forms cause, I strongly suggest you don't risk a pro se divorce.
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