How to protect myself in divorce court without an attorney
There is an old saying," a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client." Not a good idea to represent yourself in a divorce. The exception would be someone without children, without any property, and without employment. Also, a divorce that does not involve children for custody or child support. Additionally, a divorce where there is nothing to divide and no alimony. However, If there is anything to "protect" than absolutely you need a divorce attorney. The question itself implies that legal representation is necessary because the goal is to be protected in a divorce.