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Q: Are there any pro Bono probate lawyer's in Colorado springs

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Richard Samuel Price

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  • Probate Lawyer
  • Redlands, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: Pro bono mean without charge for legal fees. You may also look for a contingency fee attorney, where the attorney's fees would be payable as a percentage of the value of your case.

For pro bono help, you'll have to do some searching in your area. There may be a local legal aid that could help you at little or no cost. Some legal aids are associated with another entity like a church or YMCA. Even some courts have a self-help department.

You can also request a fee waiver from the probate court.

You may have to qualify for free of no cost legal help.

Bill Sweeney

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  • Probate Lawyer
  • San Juan Capistrano, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: You might try Colorado Legal Services at https://www.coloradolegalservices.org/ to see if they can assist you with your probate matter. Also, you might consider contacting the Colorado Bar Association Find-a-Lawyer https://www.cobar.org/Licensed-Lawyer.

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