Pro bono divorce Lawyers in Greensboro NC

Where can i find a pro bono family law lawyer in greensboro north carolina?  May 11, 2015 – 02:06 am
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The answer by one of the other contributors was way out of line. There are plenty of people that just simply can not afford the high cost of lawyers, who are quite capable of providing for their family.. In your case, generally, I would suggest this WebSite in order to get some legal assistance, though ironically, if you make "too much" money you may not qualify for it. More specifically, and though I am not personally an attorney, I do have other even better alternatives, which you would need to contact me directly in order to get that information. You may contact me at either or call my VoiceMail at (636) 334-3069 and I will call you back..

Best Regards and Good Luck!

John C. Venezia, CLU, ChFC, CITRMS


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