Free Attorney to Ask Your Family Law Questions

by | Jan 22, 2019

Parents often get served with ex parte emergency orders and have no time or money to get an attorney on time for the hearing. I came across this 800 number where you can get some of your questions answered. One parent has tried it out already and they schedule an attorney to call him within a couple of hours.

If you use it, let other parents know your experience by posting comments down below to help them understanding what they can get using this number.

Looking for free legal advice?

Call 1-800-ATTORNEY (1-800-288-6763)!
We’ve found that people often have a fear regarding lawyers and what they charge for their services. There’s a misconception regarding how much you’re expected to pay to get legal services from a law firm. In fact, there’s so much misinformation out there that most people don’t realize that it’s possible to get free and low-cost legal help in many cases.

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If you have a pressing legal issue, call 1-800-ATTORNEY today to discuss the facts of your case with a lawyer (calls accepted 24/7).

Whether your case involves personal injury law (such as an automobile accident), criminal law, business law, family law, etc., your best bet is always going to be finding a local lawyer who offers free consultations.

When you call 1-800-ATTORNEY (1-800-288-6763), you’ll be connected with an attorney in your area who’s familiar with the laws in your state, who’s willing to listen to your concerns, and who can explain the options available to you moving forward. Calls are answered 24 hours a day!

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QUESTIONS TO ASK THE ATTORNEY

Whoa, before you hire that attorney, make sure they are the right one to protect your constitutional fundamental parental rights. If they tell you that you don’t have rights and that the decision is going to be based on the best interest of the child, politely tell them that you understand how they have handled cases traditionally, and that you are not arguing with their experience with best interest of the child, but that you were hoping that they would be willing to challenge that practice. Let them know that you believe that best interest is viewpoint discrimination. (If you do not understand what that means, you will want to get a membership here and go right to the class topic on viewpoint discrimination.) Let them know that you understand that this is more challenging than the way they have been practicing, but that you believe that this is right and just and the kind of legal representation that you are looking for. You can explain to them that you believe that if you didn’t have rights your attorney would not be allowed to object to anything. And that you believe that it is your rights that allow you to keep your child out of the middle of this litigation and that it is these same rights that protect the child from losing you in their life.

Thank You!