Q: How do I find a lawyer pro bono that will fight against dhs for my family and reunification. The laws are being broken!!
My boys were wrongfully removed... We got evicted and they were removed 2 months later! In November it will be a year this case open and we have tried to fight them and show them the proof that placement is lying and abusing our children! My babies want to come home.. my husband has done everything he needs to do for them to come home. I passed my hair stat and had 1 dirty ua and have since then not done anything because I told them I do not trust dhs and them saying they are keeping there word. My children were happy they laughed all the time and we're so spunky all the time... Now.. my middle son won't do anything with us during our visits.. and my oldest is being touched by my niece (placements daughter) and my baby.... Doesn't even know who we are.. my oldest daughter has had serious mental issues.! And well they are not being taken care and want to come home badly and the state just wants a pay out.
A: Most pro bono legal services are provided through local legal aid clinics. These clinics have the training and resources to screen potential clients for indigency and to complete the necessary paperwork for those clients to proceed in court in forms pauperis. Many legal aid clinics handle cases involving the state removing children from unfit parents. Your social worker may be able to provide you with specific references in or near the county where your case in pending.
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