Call your local bar association.
Perhaps the court has a self-help desk that can assist you some.
These kinds of family law concerns are not the usual pro bono assignments, though.
Perhaps you can hire a lawyer that will be willing to allow you to pay a little now and pay off legal services over time.Ask a similar question
In many jurisdictions, the Clerk of the Court will have a list of local clinics, and organizations that provide pro bono assistance. Good luck with that.Ask a similar question
You should contact Statewide Legal Services toll-free at: 1-800-453-3320. Hopefully they can either help you or refer you to someone who can. Good luck to you.Ask a similar question
Go to my website www.thomsonlawct.com and click on the Links tab. Scroll to the bottom of the Links page and you will find links to legal aid agencies in Connecticut.Ask a similar question