Buying drugs online is very risky, expensive, and dangerous. First, these sites move around a lot to avoid prosecution. You have to sign up first, which costs a up to a couple of hundred dollars. For this, you get an "ON-LINE CONSULTATION" with someone claiming to be a doctor. He will make a diagnosis, and pretty much prescribe whatever you ask for. The prices are outrageous, and you have no certainty of the quality of what you get, provided that they don't just take your money and run. THUS, BAD IDEA.
You can contact the Drug Companies themselves, as most of them have programs for people on limited incomes, who can affort to purchase the medication without insurance. Even though you are getting divorced, you probably have an income higher than their threshold.
There are also programs that do all the work for you. Try this link:
www.PPARx.org , which is the program that Montel Williams promotes. This organization contacts the drug companies for you, and gets the drugs for you at a reduced fee, or completely free, based on your income. Of course, you have to get the prescriptions from your doctors first.
As a last resort, check to see if there is a reduced scale clinic in your area. The cost of an appointment depends on your income/ability to pay. Many of these clinics have their own drug programs, where they will do all the paperwork to get you the medications you need.
Try some of these out, and see if you get anywhere. Let us know how you are doing.