How to Find Legal Advice

There are many places to get legal advice these days. All you really have to dos is search on the internet and millions of lawyers pop up with their promises to give the best legal advice and services. You do have to be careful when search for legal advice. There are some things that can be done to help find the best legal advice there is to offer. First thing you should do is get a free consultation. There are many available attorneys that offer free 30-60 minute consultations. Before setting the consultation up it can be a good idea to research the lawyer you are looking into hiring and see if there are any testimonies available.

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Make sure that you are seeing an attorney who specializes in the area of law in which you case would fall under. It is also always a good idea to be prepared. Before your free consultations prepare a list of questions you have. There will be more questions that will come up as you are speaking with the attorney and it would be a good idea to write any questions you may have as you go. Also, remember during your consultation it is good to explain your situation, but give the lawyer time to give his legal advice. You have up to an hour of the lawyer’s time; make sure to use it wisely so your questions will be answered. In many other cases people like to get second opinions. It can be a good idea to see more than one attorney.

As long as they offer free consultations, you are just getting more advice to better serve you in your situation. It would also be a good idea to take advantage of the free services that are offered by your state and county courts. Some courts actually provide free legal clinics. These clinics can help some that are involved in certain types of lawsuits. There are sometimes pro bono legal services available. Pro Bono means free of charge or sometimes at a reduced cost, depending on the client. To be able to use this service, one has to be able to prove that they make under a certain annual dollar amount and this can be done by submitting pay stubs, bank account statements, or income tax returns. There is a directory of these bono legal services and some of those are the following: The American Bar Association: The Consumer’s Guide to Legal Help, the United States Department of Justice’s free Legal Services, and the State Bar Associations: United States Pro Bono Legal Services.