You will need a lawyer. Your case sounds complicated and I would not suggest going solo. I also doubt there will be too may lawyers who will take a bitter divorce case pro bono. I'd suggest coming up with a way to get money for a retainer and then enter negotiations knowing that the less you compromise the higher your fees will end up being. Good luck.
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I can't tell you very much with the info you have given me. For example, what are the liquid assets that exist?
You won't find a pro bono attorney for your case. You are going to have to either:
1. borrow money somehow to get an attorney into Court to get some fees;
2. find an attorney willing to take on the case without a retainer in hopes of getting interim fees.
The most important question is the first one.
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$75,000 is a lot of money to pay someone and then they withdraw. You have had bad luck so far with the local "high dollar" family law bar. Now you need to hire someone who goes to court everyday and will fight for you. I will be in the office Saturday.
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