By spending a little time searching for the right provider on the web, people can save literally hundreds of pounds on their legal documents and advice
United Kingdom (PRWEB) July 8, 2008
With consumer purse strings continuing to be tightened and the credit crunch yet to reach its peak, Net Lawman believe that many will be facing personal or business related dilemmas and need affordable expert legal advice, but don't know where to turn.
And whilst the high street offers a simple and hassle free way of obtaining legal advice, this advice can also come at a premium. This can be avoided simply by venturing online where similar advice can be obtained for a fraction of the price.
"We have found that reputable online legal services typically cost a third of the price compared to the same service offered on the high street and this can make a huge difference to consumers and businesses who have less and less money available to cover these unpreventable but often essential costs," explains Miriam Taylor of Net Lawman, one of the UK's leading online providers of legal documents and legal advice. Whether you need advice on your will, a tenancy agreement, a business lease or any other legal matter, Net Lawman's team of expert legal advisers can help.
Taylor recommends the following tips for tackling the maze of online resources for legal advice and documents:
- Use Pay As You Go pre-paid legal advice in the first instance. You can get this from as little as £20 for ten minutes of preliminary advice, usually either by email or telephone. You can always decide to pay for further time if you need to.
- If you opt for pre-paid legal advice, choose a supplier who will refund any unused time.
- Find a provider who can respond quickly. Ideally, expect your response within 24 hours to 3 days depending on the complexity of your enquiry.
- Be clear about your situation – the more information you can provide at the initial stage, the less time will be needed to clarify the position later, and the cheaper it will be.
- When buying documents online, make sure they are written in plain English and are easy to understand. This will help you ensure they are fit for purpose.
"By spending a little time searching for the right provider on the web, people can save literally hundreds of pounds on their legal documents and advice," adds Taylor.
For more information regarding online legal advice, documents and drafting services visit http://www.netlawman.co.uk?sc=815.
About Net Lawman:
Net Lawman Ltd is an English company operated by Andrew R. Taylor. Most legal work is undertaken by Andrew and Rajeev Goswami, assisted by English barristers for employment specialist work, and Rajeev's small team of Indian lawyers, as required Andrew has a degree in economics and was an English solicitor for over 20 years. He resigned voluntarily as a solicitor in order to operate Net Lawman with unrestricted advertising. He has specialised primarily in commercial and company law. Working in a high street practice, he has covered a wide range of law. During that time, he has also been involved as a director and shareholder in a number of businesses, principally connected with commercial property or the Internet.
The documents provided by Net Lawman have been drawn by Andrew and a small team of specialist solicitors and barristers. The documents are regularly updated to take account of new law.
The Net Lawman service is designed to fill a gap between on the one hand the mass of "contractual" letters and messages produced by every business every day with confidence and on the other hand those cases where solicitor help is essential
Net Lawman legal advice is provided on a "no liability" basis. The business is not regulated by The Law Society.
For more information visit http://www.netlawman.co.uk?sc=815
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