Q: She is a single mom raising two kids she has had him since birth he is 4 months old the dad has never helped.
The baby's father does not help with nothing. He signed the birth certificate then denied being the father. The court ordered a DNA we are waiting on results. They go back to court next month. She can not afford a lawyer. How can I do the leg work myself. I'm pretty good at stuff like that.
A: Contact the attorney general office (AG) for free legal assistance. Once the results come out, the AG in the Administrative IV court will petition for primary conservatorship and child support. If you need an attorney contact the Houston Bar Association for a pro bono attorney. Many of the local Universities law school give free attorney's and legal advice. I suggest that you contact one.
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