Divorce Demystified
Hawaii -  Hawaii's State Judiciary Self-Help website has forms, contacts, and instructions.

Idaho - The Court Assistance Projecthas forms and information for divorce/family law proceedings, including domestic violence matters.

Indiana -Indiana Divorce Forms for Pro Se Litigants page presents forms as well as videos designed to give people representing themselves a framework for how to go about it. Various pleadings are explained.

Illinois - Illinois Legal Aid a website with interactive forms. Southern Illinois University School of Law also has a website with information for people representing themselves in family law matters in Illinois.  The law school also offers Divorce Classes for the public.
Iowa - Iowa's Judicial Branch website has general information about Iowa laws concerning divorce & separation, custody and support, "Children in the Middle" programs statewide, and child support calculation information. 

Kansas - Kansas Legal Services maintains a website offering forms and information to people representing themselves in divorce-related matters.

Kentucky - for Kentucky residents, there are a few forms applicable in divorce cases available from the Kentucky Court of Justice Forms Library. The index is not particularly user-friendly. You can also try The Legal Aid Network of Kentucky. They feature interactive court forms for child support and simple divorces.

Louisiana - the information and self help site for Louisiana is Louisiana Law Help. Parish court forms apparently differ from place to place, so this might be a tricky thing to handle on your own. 

Maine - HelpMeLaw.org has forms available in its online library. The state's Judicial Branch website has introductory information and notes that District Court Clerk's offices offer packets that include forms and basic instructions. There is also a case manage
ment process and a case manager may assist with defining steps to take.

Maryland - Family law forms are available (English and Spanish) fromDepartment of Family Administration in the Maryland Courts. The state's law library also has information available online