How to get legal representation if you cannot afford to hire an attorney?

Question Details: I am speaking in the behalf of my daughter. The only way she would be able to afford a lawyer is if the lawyer would accept to be pro bono. She makes only $15 per hour and she is the only one that pays for bills regarding the house, car, insurance and food when she has extraa, she works 50 hours a week just to be able to cover that barely. She has one child with her husband and she is looking for help in either representation or advice. If divorce cannot be done, then she is looking for a permanent separation from her husband which would benefit her then she would not be responsible for any of his bills that he does not pay. She has lived in Maine for a year and needs to get away from this person.

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