Pro Se Parents’ Clinic
The Pro Se Parents' Clinic assists non-custodial parents obtain visitation rights as well as helping those seeking uncontested divorces with minor children.
An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which both parties are willing to sign the pleadings necessary to obtain the divorce.
In order to receive assistance, the applicant must first complete an intake interview, which can be done over the phone, to see if he or she qualifies for assistance.
The following shall disqualify an applicant from receiving assistance through the Pro Se Parents’ Clinic:
Other factors may also disqualify a participant, however, the above are the most common.
Obtaining a divorce requires three appointments at the Pro Se Parents’ Clinic. The Pro Se Litigant receives limited legal advice and assistance in drafting the necessary pleadings and specific instructions on how to file for divorce.
The Pro Se litigant is responsible for the following costs when receiving assistance from the Pro Se Parents' Clinic:
The Pro Se Parents' Clinic is open each week Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. until noon, and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Clinic is closed on Fridays.
Assistance may be available for Shelby County residents:
The Pro Se Parents’ Clinic is seeing walk-in and in-person appointments at this time. For information, please leave a message at (901) 222-3813 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.