To resolve a legal matter or move on to the next step in a legal action,
sometimes the only thing you need is an answer to a question - but many times it
requires advice from an attorney licensed in your state.
Our Legal Advice by E-mail Service gives you an affordable, convenient way to
obtain the professional advice you need and peace of mind you want.
To determine if this service is right for you, feel free to use the Contact
link to provide a brief summary of your situation. A member of our firm will
How It Works:
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Use the secure, encrypted Communications link found in the Collaboration tab
to send us your questions and concerns about your legal issue/matter.
Your Attorney will answer your questions, address your concerns and provide
guidance as appropriate. All communications between you and your Attorney will
be archived in your secure MyLegalAffairs™ web space for future reference if
Your Attorney will:
Review the information you provide.
Communicate with you to clarify questions, obtain additional information if
needed and provide preliminary advice.
Explain how the law applies to you and outline the steps you can take to
resolve your situation.
Our Legal Advice by E-mail Service can also provide:
Advice about alternative means to resolve your dispute, including
recommending mediation and arbitration, when appropriate;
Advice about your legal rights;
Information about procedures for filing or serving documents (if
Referral to one or more Attorneys who can provide full-service
representation if you need it.
Our Legal Advice by E-mail Service is limited to one "incident" which is
defined is as a single legal matter which requires one or more legal answers for
resolution. If extensive legal advice is needed and falls beyond the scope of
this offering, and/or your situation materially changes, an additional fee may
be required. We will promptly inform you if/when this is applicable.
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