If you don't want to squat, don't squat. Fine, whatever. Unless you compete in powerlifting, like Pwnisher was saying, there's nobody who has to squat. It's a good and useful exercise, but there are options.
Just be aware that you shouldn't want to avoid squats simply because they're hard. At least try to find a better reason than "It's too tough, so I don't wanna." If you were doing them a bunch, you might've just burned out on them mentally (or physically) and you might find them coming back into rotation soon enough.
You said you train at home, so I'd probably rely on single-leg stuff (lunge and step-up variations) and deadlift variations, and adjust the volume and intensity based on goals.