Divorce Law Resources
At this time, divorce form packets are not being provided to the public by the Central Rappahannock Regional Library.This is because none of the local jurisdictions have as yet compiled divorce form packets. Other jurisdictions have, however.
So, if you are in urgent need you can go online to one or more of the following jurisdictional web sites where you will find examples of divorce forms that might be adaptable to your situation:
Thinking of filing for divorce yourself? The following resources may help you. As with all legal issues, we highly recommend that you hire an attorney. Resources for finding an attorney can be found at the end of this document. You are not required to hire an attorney. If you decide to proceed pro se (without an attorney), remember that you must follow the same rules as if you had an attorney. Library staff cannot give you legal advice nor can court personnel. We cannot tell you which forms you need to use, nor can we assist you in completing the forms.
Divorce touches so many families in the Central Rappahannock Region. But there is help! There are many resources available to assist people contemplating or confronting the sad reality of divorce. Here are a few suggestions:
I. Some Good Books