Disgraced NYPD cop Michael Valva, who’s charged with murdering his 8-year-old son, whined in family court Thursday that he’s broke and can’t afford an attorney.

Valva, 40, made the declaration during a hearing at Suffolk County Family Court, where he and his fiancée, Angela Pollina, 42, are charged with severely abusing their six shared children.

“I don’t have an attorney,” Valva told Judge Frank Tatone. “I can’t afford one.”

“All I know is I don’t have any access to funds or anything,” the accused murderer murmured.

Valva even claimed that he didn’t have any coins to make a call from Suffolk County Correctional Facility, where’s he locked up without bail on a felony murder charge for the hypothermia-induced death of his 8-year-old autistic son, Thomas.

Besides apparently being hard up for cash, Valva also seemed clueless as to his current employment status.

Following his Jan. 24 arrest, the NYPD suspended Valva without pay.

But on Thursday, when Judge Tatone asked him if the police union would get him a lawyer, he said in a quivering voice: “I think I was terminated from my job.”

The NYPD did not immediately return a request for comment about Valva’s current standing with the department.

Police unions only represent cops in job-related cases.

The judge told Valva that if he qualifies, the court would provide him with counsel.

Justyna Valva speaking during the hearing.
Justyna Valva speaking during the hearing.Dennis A. Clark

Valva’s ex-wife Justyna Zubko-Valva, who now has custody of her two surviving sons, Anthony, 10, and Andrew, 6, was present at Thursday’s hearing.

Zubko-Valva didn’t believe Valva has no dough.

“The fact that he came to the court and tried to play victim, I don’t buy it,” she said outside of court.

At Thursday’s hearing, an order was issued that granted Child Protective Services clearance to evaluate Zubko-Valva’s two sons, meeting with them twice a month.

Zubko-Valva wasn’t pleased, telling reporters that she doesn’t want CPS involved, claiming they covered up years of abuse suffered by her children at the hands of their father.