My dh is fighting for his two young kids, ages 4 & 3. Their mother has been found neglectful by DSS (on the state child abuse and neglect registry) been found unable to make decisions in the best interests of the children and is about to have her rights severed to her oldest son (7) by Christmas. We cannot afford thousands of dollars for a retainer, is there anywhere you can go for an affordable attorney or to help you get an attorney???? We are going to court in Va Beach, Va if that helps any. Please help these kids. She has seen them once since December of last year and they were so far behind, I just don't want to lose them. She has threatened to take her oldest son and run with him from his father when they got custody like we did, so I think it's legit that we are worried..... Any help????Answer Question
Thats a tough one, start with a volunteer lawyers project in your state.This could take forever to get in and then you may never get a vunteer lawyer!
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Answer by IraqiVetWife at 3:40 PM on Nov. 17, 2009
Hi. I totally know what you are going through. My husband has a son and the mom is such a crappy mom but my situation is a little different. Anyways..That's a whole other story.
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Answer by ChristinaDennis at 10:25 AM on Nov. 18, 2009
Here is the website, I guess I went over the lotted space above LOL
Answer by ChristinaDennis at 10:27 AM on Nov. 18, 2009
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