Q: Following a request for a support modification, my ex is filing for custody. How do I find a pro bono lawyer.
When facing homelessness, I asked my ex to take the children in until I found a place to live. He said no. When I was getting beat by my former boyfriend and asked him to take the kids. He said no. When my sisters were going to file for custody because of said beatings, they asked if he would take the kids. He told them no. Now he wants them after 8 years?
A: You can contact Indiana Legal Aid and/or the local probono office for the area where you live. You can find the local pro bono office at www.in.gov/judiciary
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