If you cannot afford an attorney to defend against a motion for enforcement seeking to hold you in contempt of court, then you may obtain a court-appointed counsel. Otherwise, contact fathers for equal rights 214-953-2233
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I agree with the previous answer, that if your wife is trying to hold you in contempt of court and seeking jail time, you can get a court appointed attorney for the enforcement issue. If you are truly indigent and are in Dallas County, I would check out the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program (DVAP) http://www2.dallasbar.org/dvap/dvap_info.asp?InfoID=22#. You would need to meet DVAP's financial guidelines to qualify for free legal services, but they are a great resource for pro bono work. Also, depending on what your marital estate is made up of, if there are any assets left that you can dip in to or take out a loan against, you could ask the court permission for you to do so in order to afford an attorney. Expending funds for attorney's fees is an allowed expenditure during a divorce case, and there is law out there that states that attorney's fees are "necessaries" for each spouse during a divorce.
In addition to the good answers by the other two attorneys that have answered before me, you can also try Legal Aid of Northwest Texas for free legal assistance. You are entitled to a court appointed attorney if they are threatening jail for a contempt action. Call the court coordinator and the coordinator will likely direct you to how you get the court appointed attorney - although that does depend on what court you're in.
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