Massachusetts - the Massachusetts Court System website has some forms available online. I found divorce forms here, but it wasn't particularly user friendly. There was a parenting guide available online that may be helpful to divorcing parents no matter what state they live in. There are also resources available through Massachusetts Legal Help.

Michigan -  the Michigan Online Help Center is provided by the Michigan State Bar. The Michigan Courts Self Help Center. The site has forms, general information, laws relating to children and families; and access to publications funded by the state legislature and the courts that pertain to family law issues. 

Minnesota - the state's Judicial Branch Self-Help Center offers forms, information, videos, tutorials and resources in English, Spanish, Hmong, and Somali.

Mississippi - Mississippi offers no online support services for people who are trying to handle their own divorce, custody and support matters.

Missouri - Unrepresented parties must complete a litigant awareness program and use court-approved forms. Online resources include theLegal Services of Missourisite and the Representing Yourself in Missouri Courts website.  The latter provides access to the litigant awareness program, which can be completed by watching a video or self study, followed by a self assessment survey. Forms can likely be found on the Missouri courts website.

Montana - Montana ethical rules prohibit lawyers from selling "do it yourself divorce kits" because they mislead clients to think they need no additional advice and consultation and the failure to be fully informed can cause harm to client interests. The State Law Library of Montana offers form and information packets for various divorce scenarios (with and without children, for example); selected Montana statutes; recommended how to books and articles.

Nebraska - the Nebraska Judicial Branch Self-Help Center offers forms, instructions, information and links to resources.

Nevada - the Nevada Supreme Court Council for Pro Se Assistance provides resource links on this website.

New Hampshire - the state's Judicial Branch Self-Help Center notifies divorcing parties that they can choose limited scope representation as an alternative to full service or no representation. Forms and fee information in family law cases can be found here.

New Jersey - New Jersey Courts Online provides packets for divorcing parties. The list of available documents and forms can be found here.

New Mexico - the New Mexico Judiciary Self Representation website includes family law forms in English and Spanish but there is a cautionary note that the forms are only for use by unrepresented parties if both spouses are completely in agreement on every issue.