Whether you can get legal aid for a solicitor depends on the jurisdiction and the type of case you have.
In the UK, for example, legal aid is available for some instances, such as criminal cases and cases involving child protection and domestic violence. However, the availability of legal aid for other types of cases is limited, and there are strict eligibility criteria based on factors such as income and assets.
To determine eligibility for legal aid, you must contact a legal aid provider in your jurisdiction and provide information about your case and financial situation. If you meet the eligibility criteria, you may be able to receive legal aid to cover some or all of the costs of your solicitor.
Legal aid funding is limited, and there may be waiting lists for legal aid services. Additionally, legal aid providers may not be able to take on every case, so seek advice from a legal professional who can help you explore all your options for obtaining legal representation.