Have you found yourself in a problem that requires a legal advice to be solved? A simple solution would be to hire a lawyer, but they are notorious for being expensive, so, what can you do to get that legal advice without much cost?
So, you are in need of legal advice but you cannot afford a lawyer? Alternatively, you can, but you are not sure if you should, so you would like to consult without paying beforehand? Well, you could try visiting some of these websites to find some free legal advice. Just remember, if you try to find a website with any free service and they ask you for your credit card information, it is probably not really free.
If you need some legal help you might choose to use law.freeadvice.com to ask your questions there. However, they have a free service and a paid one as well. If you opt to pay 29.95 dollars for legal advice, the website will guarantee a reply from an attorney and, if the attorney cannot help you, they will not charge for the question. You are also allowed to ask any follow-up questions you want at no charge. However, the reason they are on our list is the fact that they also have a free service.
Unfortunately, this service does not guarantee an answer, but we have tested it and, 2 days later, we received a well thought-out response. They also make every question (and the answer to that question) public, so you might even not have to ask the question that you had in mind if you simply go through their older questions.
On the other hand, if your question was already asked by someone else and answered they will not reply to your question so you need to go through thousands of questions already posted to see if your exact problem has popped up before. A search engine is your best friend in that regard.
Quora is a question and answer website that is basically run by the community of its users and it is one of the best ways to get the answer to any question you might have. Basically, Quora is a platform made to exchange knowledge completely free of charge. The system that moderates the quality of answers on Quora is based on user interaction alone as other users are those that upvote good answers (or downvote the bad ones), report incorrect answers and keep the forum running. However, Quora is far from perfect. Nobody is actually tasked with answering your queries so it may take days for your question to get noticed, and even then, nothing guarantees that an attorney is going to be the one to answer it. But, when we visited the website we saw that the answers given went in-depth and were always correct.
However, Quora is far from perfect. Nobody is actually tasked with answering your queries so it may take days for your question to get noticed, and even then, nothing guarantees that an attorney is going to be the one to answer it. But, when we visited the website we saw that the answers given were in-depth and always correct, so we guess that those attorneys who answered those questions take care of their reputation and search for free self-ads on Quora.
Yes, Reddit. You can use Reddit to get answers to almost anything you might need in life. However, it takes quite a bit of experience to tell good Reddit posts from bad ones. So, whatever reply you get, you might wanna double check it. If you know anything about this website then you know that it has a subreddit for any subject imaginable, and legal advice is no exception. Read the rules to avoid getting banned and ask away. Answers come in fairly quickly and the community will always be there to give you support you might need. Just don’t rely on them too much.
Believe it or not, you can use social media to pursue answers you want. For example, if you have no lawyer friends (which you would ask personally, of course) you can follow them on twitter and, if answering your question does not take away too much time, they are very likely to reply. The same goes for Facebook or any other social media website that lawyer might advertise him/her self. Answering a question usually doesn’t take a lot of effort for a lawyer and it gives them a chance to be both a hero of a story (by helping others), show off their knowledge, and get more people to see their social media page.
Not to mention that there is a good chance that one of your Facebook friends just might be a lawyer and you simply didn’t know that.
In the end, even after all of this, hiring a lawyer is still the best way to go about any legal issues that may come in your way.