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Father's Rights Attorney needed.
Family & Parenting / 4:48 PM - Friday August 15, 2008

Father's Rights Attorney needed.

Does anyone know a Father's Rights attorney licensed to practice in Illinois, who could file a motion pro bono or offer help pro bono??

Please don't answer unless you have someone who could help in mind, along with contact info. This is an immediate need scenario.

- Asked by bytor, A Rebel, Male, 46-55, Pittsburgh, Artist / Musician / Writer

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Unfortunately I don't know of someone in Illinois but I know of an attorney in PA who is an advocate for Father's Rights in addition to being a member of a national organization. He's done pro bono work in the past and I imagine his resources are extensive enough for him to recommend someone. His name is Eric J. Cox from Plymouth Meeting, PA.

- Response by A Married Girl, Female, 46-55, Who Cares?

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Jeffrey Leving.. He's out of Chicago and did the Gonzalez thing with the kid in Miami that returned to Cuba.

Don't know about the pro bono but he's a big cheese when it comes to father's rights.

The Law Offices of Jeffery M. Leving, Ltd. Attorneys at Law | 19 S. LaSalle Street Suite 450 Chicago IL 60603 | (312) 807-3990

- Response by cubbiegal, A Thinker, Female, 46-55, Chicago, Administrative

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How do you expect me to not answer your post even if I don't have an answer?
I love answering your posts.

I hope you get the right answer...

Gotta right jerk for me?
lol )

- Response by wendyshoefitz123, A Player, Female, Who Cares?

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I'm not sure, but this site might be able to help..

http://www. default.asp

- Response by honey1306, A Thinker, Female, 29-35, Denver, Who Cares?

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Google Prairie State Legal Services. I believe they have several offices based in Illinois. Legal aid is based on income, therefore, free for many. Good luck!

- Response by birdland, A Thinker, Female, 56-65, Who Cares?

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Our lawyer(who got us custody of my stepdaughter) told me to have you try this website, he said they don't do pro-bono, but they will work with you on payments...http://www.d ads s.html(minus the space of course).

- Response by screambeams, A Cool Mom, Female, 46-55, Other Profession

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start calling the county, social services, family courts and whoever you can with any piece of information

i know it aint a great answer... but mainly i just wanna wish you good luck.... i found that patience is truly what helps win these battles, more patience than anyone could deal with.... you dont wanna rush into anything... patience brother.... good luck!!!

- Response by chavis, A Rebel, Male, 29-35, San Jose, Internet / New Media

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oh man. sorry, i do not know of any attorney who does pro bono. i wish i did as i am back in court with my ex next week.

hugs, i will keep you in my prayers.

- Response by luckycowgirl, A Career Woman, Female, Who Cares?, Celebrity

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