Thank you for your new question.
Sadly, in the US, low cost or free attorneys are limited in number. You can go to the local legal aid office and they would have to qualify you based on their income requirements (which differ by legal aid office) or you can call the state bar and ask for the pro bono (free) attorneys in your area who can assist you. Also, if you live near a law school, you can go to the law school and seek to get assistance through their law clinic.
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