Divorce Resources NJ
Here are the divorce resources I have found so far for NJ:
***Pro Se Packet from NJ Courts at the Self-Help Resource Center,
and an entire library of completely free NJ forms, which you may need to use when you file for divorce: Divorce Resources NJ and Free NJ Forms
***If you need LEGAL help--
Legal Services of New Jersey
888-576-5529, in NJ, or
732-572-9100 outside of NJ.
Legal Help for low income NJ residents.
You call them, and an operator screens your call. You get a call back from a real attorney who is doing pro bono work for a consult. So, have all your questions ready.
LSNJ publishes a book or booklet called, Divorce in NJ--A Self-Help Guide.
***If you are an attorney and wish to provide some pro bono hours for a client in need: ProBonoNJ.org
Income Based Help--Energy Bills
Online Legal Documents by RocketLawyer.com. Do-it-Yourself and SAVE!
LIHEAP--helps low income households pay heating costs.
Universal Service Fund.
USF Fresh Start
Lifeline Credit Program--for seniors and adults over 18 who receive disability.
Community Action Program (CAP) Agencies--www.energyassistance.nj.gov and click Energy Assistance Programs.
NJ Shares 866-657-4273 or www.njshares.org.
New Jersey Comfort Partners--free home weatherization and energy-efficiency improvements for eligible homeowners who use natural gas. 732-938-1494 or www.njcleanenergy.com.
NJNG's GOW--help to pay natural gas bills, through United Way. Must go through local CAP.
Food stamp guidelines have changed to include more families, however the applications are backlogged.
Visit www.njhelps.org to find out what programs you are eligible for.