In need of help


#1

I AM A MOM OF 2 KIDS ONE IS 6 AND THE OTHER IS 3 MY HUSBAND AND I FIGHT OVER CUSTODY AS WELL AS EVERYTHING WE HAVE A CUSTODY ORDER IN PLACE THAT NEEDS CHANGING AS WELL AS HE IS IN CONTEMPT OF THE ORDER. HE IS ALSO COMING AFTER ME FOR CHILD SUPPORT. WHICH THE KIDS SHOULD BE WITH ME I HAVE GROUNDS SHOWING WHERE HE OWES ME HALF FOR ALL MEDICAL BILLS WHICH IS 5,987.00 AS WELL AS I CAN PROVE CONTEMPT OF THE ORDER SO HE WOULD BE LIABEL FOR ALL ATTORNEY FEES, BUT MY THING IS I DONT HAVE THE MONEY TO GET A LAWYER AND LEGAL AID SAYS THEY DONT HANDLE CUSTODY ISSUES HOW DO I GO ABOUT GETTING THINGS CHANGED IS THERE A LAWYER THAT WILL TAKE CASES PRO BONO TIL THE ISSUES ARE RESOLVED? IS THERE A LAWYER THAT CAN LOOK AT ALL THE INFORMATION WITH OUT A FEE TO SEE WHAT MY BEST WAY TO HANDLE THINGS ARE??? THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR THREE YEARS. WE HAVE A SEPEARTIN AGREEMENT IN EFFECT IS IT TO LATE TO GO AFTER ALIMONY??? WE HAVE NOT DIVORCED AS WELL AS HE HAS A 401 (K) PLAN BY LAW SHOULDNT I GET HALF OF THAT AS WELL AS THE ONE HE TOOK OUT AT THE TIME OF SEPERATION? CAN ANYONE HELP ME I AM AT MY END WITH THIS MATTER???


#2

There may be some attorneys who will take a look at your case in a consultation without charge, however most attorneys do charge some fee for a consultation. You may want to consider contacting the State Bar to see if they can refer you to an attorney in your area that does free consultations, or may consider taking a domestic case pro bono.

If your separation agreement contains a waiver of alimony, the same goes for the 401(k), if your separation agreement contains a waiver of Equitable Distribution claims you cannot pursue what would have been your share of the account.