Q: I am paralyzed, I have MS
I am paralyzed, I have MS
I am indigent, as the judge said, Ms Ford makes nine times as much as I do, and she can afford private counsel.
I have advocated my position on previous counsels failure to file the mandatory disclosure upon filing in accordance with the rules for months.
I am disabled. The stroke and the Multiple Sclerosis have severely impacted my ability to communicate or articulate my position.
I used my savings on the down payment and the repair of her home.
A: Hi, it is not clear what your question is. However, you may want to see if you can obtain the assistance of an attorney from a local Legal Aid society in your county. Alternatively, contact your local bar association to see if there are any pro bono attorneys. Additionally, your local courthouse may have a self-help service desk to provide you with forms and direction. Finally, you may want to see if there is an attorney who would be able to assist you via what is called a "limited appearance." This is where an attorney can appear for a limited hearing or purpose in your matter.
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