I presume, since you have the lines, you also have their direction vectors. Now, we know that the addition of two vectors, by the parallelogram law of addition, is the diagonal of the parallelogram which forms when you take those two vectors as adjacent sides.
Since you’re trying to find the angle bisector, let’s think of a parallelogram whose diagonal bisects the angle between its sides - which happens to be (at least) a rhombus. So, we want to convert that parallelogram pertaining to the direction vectors, into a rhombus. The best way to do that, is to consider unit vectors in the direction of the direction vectors of the lines. (Since, then the adjacent sides of the parallelogram will be equal, making it a rhombus.)
Simply adding the unit vectors will give you the diagonal of the rhombus, and the diagonal’s direction vectors is the direction vector of the angle bisector. If you want the line, all you have to do is find the point of intersection of the two lines in question.