When filing for divorce, you'll need to make a decision to hire a lawyer, or handle the divorce yourself. If you do not have any marital assets or debts and have no children, you might not need to have an attorney. If you do have children or marital assets such as a home or retirement accounts, such as 401-K, or pension accounts, then you really do need to at least have a consultation with an attorney to make sure your divorce agreement is fair to you.
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