checking about 100 legal websites, REAL Parents USA has chosen
the following as the most useful and user-friendly.
websites are a good place to learn the legal lingo if you are a
beginner, and want to know what to ask your attorney. Several of the
websites, however, are sophisticated enough to enable fairly serious
- Legal research is like fishing. It takes lots of time and patience.
You throw more back than you keep, AND you rarely catch the big
you would like to do your own search, go to your favorite search engine
and put in Divorce Legal Forms.
you have any favorites, please submit them to REAL Women USA to be
reviewed and considered for inclusion on our list.
A great place to
start for legal information. This site has some great links. Go to
Cross-Road and click on Substantiative Law on the World Wide Web for
This site is very
informative and has information listed by State. It also has a few FREE forms
and resources. It's nice to see there are some lawyers who still have a
heart, and seem genuinely to want to help.
Not for lawyers
only. Good site if you want to go pro se. Yes, it will cost you $6.95
per month, but you can do some in-depth legal research here.
A great site to
do legal research if you know exactly what you are looking for. This is
very large site which is very thorough and has numerous links.
I can hardly
believe !! Another decent informative site from a lawyer.
I can believe I
ate the whole thing! Okay, so I didn't choke on another's lawyer's line.
It's a cute site. The home page is worth reading, and the book list is
This site has
some useful FREE forms to be completed BEFORE you see your attorney. The
forms are available in their "Workshop" Section.
This site is good
for self-education, and is a good source of general information oriented
This site will
tell you the basic forms you will need, but it's VERY EXPENSIVE.
Most libraries have a book with these forms in which you can PHOTOCOPY.
This site is VERY EXPENSIVE.
I wouldn't use it, BUT you can learn the names of a lot of the forms
that will be needed and THEN go to the Courthouse and get them YOURSELF.
This is a very
popular site, and has a lot of information. Has a good search engine,
but it could overwhelm a novice.