Q: Family court judge left us homeless due to charges I pressed and other party retailate with a false OOP. Needing help
I filed charges against brother for assult and few days later agg harresent. My mother tried having my spouse removed from the house and put on street and told him if he didn't leave she would call her son Mathew and have him removed forcefully. Matt came to our home and I protected my spouse and was injured because of it. Few days later I pressed charges for threats made by my brother . My mother got mad after the second charge and went to family court with false allegations and she got a order of protection against me which I was giving two hours to leave our home that my mom gave to me since she was in the process of moving in with my brother. She claimed she lived there full time when she hasn't and only did this because of the charges against Matt .my spouse and I have been homeless due to this since December 1st 2022. Unable to retain a lawyer but need one and looking to sue for pain and suffering and my mother for filing a false report to the court . Needing help
A: Based upon what you have said, the Family Court judge can appoint a lawyer for you at no charge to you in regard to the Order of Protection. Just be sure to let them know you cannot afford to hire your own attorney.
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