Child custody fights are hard for families.
Some parents can pay for a lawyer, but others can’t.
In those cases, the court can appoint a lawyer if you can’t pay.
Can you get a court-appointed lawyer for child custody?
This article looks at if you can, what you need, and other options.
It also talks about the good and bad sides of having a court-appointed lawyer.
The goal is to help you understand your choices when you need legal help for child custody issues.