Foster family trying to get full custody. Already lost and custody went to mother. Appealing it to state supreme court. They have money for lawyers, the biological mother does not. Can the courts help her out? She shouldn't be penalized b/c they have money and she doesn't
There is no right to a court appointed lawyer for a child custody appeal.
She needs to contact:
South Carolina Centers For Equal Justice
Primary Address: PO Box 768
General Phone: 803-226-7216
Intake Phone: 800-234-7216
Counties Served: Anderson, Oconee
Case Types: Adoption, Bankruptcy, Community Economic Development, Consumer, Child Custody, Dissolution of Marriage, Domestic Violence, Elder Law, Health, Housing, Public Benefits, Wills
Case Restrictions: Cases are prioritized.
Web Site: http://www.sccej.org
Organization Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
to see if they can help or can refer her to someone who can.
Cal. Bar No. 104800
Wis. Bar No. 1020123
Member: U.S. Supreme Court Bar
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I agree with my colleague. Also check if there are legal clinics that can help.
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