Why do I need legal advice?
Having legal advice means making sure that you’re going to get the best deal possible and that you will have the support you need to ensure that you are not railroaded by a party trying to take advantage.
How can I be clear about the difference between legal?
Service providers often provide women with information about family law and the family court process, which is of critical importance but is distinct and different from giving legal advice. Workers must be clear with the client that they are providing information only, not legal advice. This is, as you are already well aware, easier said than done.
What to do if you receive a legal threat?
Consider whether you should notify your insurance company that you have received a legal threat. You may be covered by insurance if you are found to be financially liable for your online activities. Consult the section on Insurance for more information. 7. Add the sender’s letter or email to the CMLP Legal Threats Database.
How to respond to a letter from a lawyer?
Even if it is a lawyer who authored the letter, do not immediately assume that the letter has merit and that you are in the wrong. Instead: a. Determine whether the sender has specified a time by which she expects you to comply with her wishes.
Do you need legal advice or legal information?
Depending on the situation, legal advice and legal information can both be useful. While some situations require the advice of an attorney – such as filing a lawsuit or defending criminal charges – other situations may simply warrant obtaining legal information.
How to get free legal advice from a lawyer?
What should I look for in a lawyer?
Some attorneys specialize in a certain field of law, such as business, civil, criminal, or juvenile law. You will need to determine which type of attorney is right for your legal situation. Once you find an attorney, ask about their experience, areas of expertise, and questions such as, “How would you handle my case?”
Where can I post my civil legal question?
Qualifying users post their civil legal question to their state’s website. Lawyers provide information and basic legal advice without any expectation of long-term representation. The website increases access to advice and information about non-criminal legal matters for those who cannot afford a lawyer.