Unfortunately some cases there are no attorneys available for certain cases if the party cannot retain one. You could contact a few attorneys to consult what they could do for you on a limited representation.
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It will be hard. Attorneys like to be paid for their time. Perhaps the Court will allow you to get an Attorney at your Husband's expense if he has more assets than you. Ask about it.
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Each county usually has an organization that may accept cases on a pro bono basis. There are no guarantees that they will accept a client for representation, but it definitely doesn't hurt to ask if they can represent you. The fact that you have a disability, and are a victim of abuse might raise you to the top of their list for representation. I am attaching two organizations in the Sacramento area for you to call. Please let me know if this answer was helpful.
Voluntary Legal Services Program of Northern California, Inc.
Primary Address: 517 12th Street
General Phone: 916-551-2116
Intake Phone: 916-551-2102
Counties Served: El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Yolo
Case Types: Bankruptcy, Consumer, Housing, Public Benefits, Torts
Other Case Types: Conservatorships, Criminal Records Expungement, Debt Collection Defense, Estate Planning, Guardianships, Landlord/Tenant, Probate
Case Restrictions: All LSC restrictions
Web Site: http://www.vlsp.org
Women Escaping A Violent Environment - WEAVE
Primary Address: 1900 K St
General Phone: 916-448-2321
Intake Phone: 916-448-2321
Counties Served: Sacramento
Case Types: Domestic Violence
Case Restrictions: Must be a victim of domestic violence
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If your husband has the income then he could be ordered to pay for part or all of your attorney fees. Additionally, if there are CP assets that could be liquidated to pay for attorney fees, then the court could order this.Ask a similar question
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