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Want Legal Advice? These Attorneys Provide it For Free

Are you seeking legal advice either for working on your divorce papers, custody battles, finance management, business partnerships, civil or criminal cases but don’t have the money to pay the lawyers? Then you’re in luck! These lawyers will offer their legal advice for free during the legal fair!

The Event

The area lawyers in San Juan County took their time to volunteer this coming Friday to answer the residents’ questions pertaining to legal matters. According to the lawyers, this is their way of giving back to the public by offering free legal advice during the San Juan Legal Fair.

The said fair is scheduled to start from noon up to 5 pm Friday located at San Juan County District Courthouse. Around 17 attorneys are scheduled to attend the said fair and they will answer any confidential, legal questions according to the District Judge Daylene Marsh.

According to Judge Marsh, the courthouse will shut down its operations on Friday afternoon to give way to this free legal fair

The New Mexico Volunteer Program together with the 11th Judicial District’s Pro Bono Committee (Marsh is the chairman) organized the said event to give back to the community. She also says the event will be a rewarding experience for the lawyers as they help their fellow residents receive some legal advice to solve their problems.

The Free Services

The said attorneys will offer various legal advice including bankruptcy repression, child support, divorce, name change, probate, tribal law, and wills. An immigration attorney will also be present to provide legal advice to immigrants.

Marsh also says they will prepare a dedicated room so that people can conduct a teleconference with the immigration attorney. The said attorneys will offer various legal advice including bankruptcy repression, child support, divorce, name change, probate, tribal law, and wills.

According to Marsh, this is the first time they will have an immigration attorney present for the said event, and they’re glad the pro bono committee’s efforts succeed this time compared to the previous years.

In this way, your designated attorney can get to the bottom of your problem directly and provide legal advice efficiently. If you still have to obtain your documents, Marsh says you can go to the court clerk’s office and they will assist you in filing your paperwork during the event.

She also advises people to show at the venue at least an hour before the doors will open to receive the clients. People who speak Navajo or Spanish languages are also welcome to come since the committee will have on-site interpreters to assist them.

How to Avail a Free Legal Advice?

If you cannot go to San Juan County Legal Fair but you’re still seeking free legal advice, you can try browsing these websites that offer free initial advice to help you deal with your case according to the lawyers.

Anvo

The American Bar Association gave Anvo an honorary award last 2015 for their innovative legal services.

Anvo is known for offering free legal advice for straightforward questions about legal matters. Their innovative delivery of legal services enticed most customers into availing their free services. They also provide real value or solution to problems for free via their content marketing strategy. If you wish to get more legal advice, you can schedule a 15-minute phone call with a fixed fee.

Quora

Known as the Question and Answer website, this platform is used by different experts in different industries in demonstrating their prowess by answering people’s question. Not only are you able to get a legal advice for free, but the website also ranks answers based on value and relevance.

Those good answers rise to the top while those bad answers sink to the bottom. Not only are you able to get legal advice for free, but the website also ranks answers based on value and relevance.

Reddit

If you don’t feel like sharing your information while seeking legal advice, you can heed advice on Reddit. This site works similarly with Quota, but you can post anonymously on the site and still receive free legal advice. You might need to check the rules when you enter a subreddit before posting, though. Otherwise, you’ll be banned in no time.

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