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July 31, 2008


Barbara Diaz

I have a court date here in Tampa, Fl on December 15TH but my attorney just informed me that he is moving and I do not have the funds for a new one. My court date is to have my custody moved and juristion from Alabama to Tampa. What are my chances of it be moved ? We have lived here for 2 years now. We have not even moved from the same house we moved into since we moved here. My x husband says that juristion stays where it started and where the children have a significant tie to! I am in need a of attorney but can not afford one and I stand to lose asking for retro at back child support. I already called Legal Aid of Tampa but have not heard from them in return. How do I find free pro bono attorneys who will actually want to help me?

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