When you think of things that would be considered easy and fair, I bet life is not one things that comes to mind. If you are a single dad (father) or any single parent for that matter than you would probably know this better than most people. Trying to keep up with the endless responsibilities at home and taking care of the family on top of trying to hold a job can be a constant struggle. This can be even harder when other people try to take advantage of you or if they infringe on you or someone in your families rights.
Now if you feel that you may have some legal recourse that you can take and want to call a lawyer to make sure that justice is done on your behalf. Unfortunately that might not be an option for you because you are a single father (dad) or any single parent and trying to pay for some legal advice may not be in your budget. Lucky for you there are other ways to handle legal situations without having to go through some sort of court actions.
One of the first things that you are going to want to do is try and identify what your exact problem is. Then you can start to look for some legal assistance whether it is financial assistance or financial help to pay for a lawyer or just some free advice. One of the big things here is to make sure that you have some legal grounds and it is not something that is just a misunderstanding.
Once that you are convinced that you need to take some legal action try and see if there is an agency of the government that covers what your exact problem is. If so then they can help you understand better what your legal options are what path you may need to take.
Now if there is no agency and you are completely lost as to what direction to take but, know that you have some legal grounds than you must go see a lawyer. They can help you the best to make sure that all of your rights are being defended. Try and see if there is an agency that might be close if not directly related to see if they are aware of any law firms that you may be able to afford.
The department of social services in your local area is another good place to look to see if you qualify for some legal financial assistance or financial help. Even if you feel like you might not be eligible they are a good source of information and might be able to help you find out about some other options that you can qualify for.
In conclusion, legal issues can be a very stressful experience regardless whether you are a single dad (father) or any type of single parent. There can be times when you are going to need a lawyer and there will be other times that you might be able to address the issue without needing a lawyer. As always please try and explore all of your options before you have to pay out a bunch of legal fees.