Question Details: My husband already filed and the progress has already begun. We have been to court twice. He got the kids and I only got supervised visitations, which has not been allowed to happen. It was also ordered that I got to call the kids every night at 7 pm, which is only happening a few times a week. He has a lawyer; I do not. I am fighting this alone. need help. If I can get a lawyer that will work with me on price, I would be so grateful.
Since money is an issue, see if you qualify for Legal Aid or else see if they can recommend someone to help. Also, check if there is a law school nearby to where you live since typically run free/low cost clinics that handle custody cases. Further, you can contact the local bar association in your city/county as they may have a list of attorneys who will take your case "pro bono" (for free) or at least for a reduced fee based on your income/circumstances. Finally, google women's support groups in your area or contact your state's Department of Social Services, as they may be able to refer you to free legal services.
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