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Question by  atif (6)

Where can I find free legal advice by email?


Answer by  Liz54 (103)

First time I hear about it, but you could write to lawyers by their email and they generally give you a free consultation anyways. There is also a phone service that could match you with a lawyer in your area for a free consult and usually a 25% off deal.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Legal advice generally is not free. You may be able to get some input from Q/A sites like Snippets or Yahoo. The law varies from state to state.


Answer by  KWags1977 (427)

You can not get accurate and helpful legal advice over the internet. You could maybe find suggestions by using the various search engines. Find a lawyer in your area and go to their web site and email them a brief synopsis of your situation.


Answer by  Mary (2095)

Remember that you get what you pay for and free may not be the best legal advice. You can check for specific topics and e-mail the information providers. Check you state bar website for free clinics and hotlines, they may also provide online assistance. Court website may provide free forms and information.


Answer by  xsut (943)

Their are various sites that offer free legal advice. For example, you can contact law firms and contact individual attorneys and many will answer the best they can.


Answer by  MrChiefJustice (24)

JustAnswer Corp has created a section where you can ask a lawyer that is currently online any question you would like. They have different tabs (Family Law, Property) depending on your issue.


Answer by  vkcopper (358)

E-mail addresses of Legal Attorneys, located in telephone books, at the Court Houses where legal documents are filed. Also books are published with free legal advice and forms to complete.


Answer by  danielle (83)

World Law Direct can provide you with free legal advice by email. They have a ask-a-lawyer service you can use, as well as legal forms and law forums. You can get legal advice all 24 hours of the day.

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