Do you think it is possible to find a lawyer on contingency? To either sue U.P.S. or Janet (the ex-wife)? We live in Nevada now and his divorce was in Illinois does he need to go to Illinois to the same court? And does he need a lawyer in Illinois? Is it possible for us to file to start getting his retirement without a lawyer because our finances are tight right now? One attorney wanted 10,000 down and costs $290 an hour, can you give us some advise what would be the best thing to do in our situation?
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