This forum is not a help wanted forum. We answer simple legal questions. You might wish to contact your local legal aid office or bar association to see if you qualify for a pro bono attorney. best wishes.Ask a similar question
yes, there are ways. contact the chicago volunteer legal services program. contact the law schools in chicago that have legal clinics. contact the legal aid foundation of chicago.
interview lawyers. ask family and friends to help you pay for a lawyer.Ask a similar question
This is a long term marriage and, perhaps, you should consider seeking financial assistance from your spouse as part of the divorce.Ask a similar question
Contact CARPLS legal aid 312-738-9200, they are the hub for legal aid in Cook County and will refer you to the appropriate legal aid agency if you are eligible.
Alternatively, contact private attorneys and ask about fees and payment plans. You might be surprised at the reasonableness of their fees in your situation.
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