Web Site Offers All Californians Free Legal Help

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Californians now have quick and easy access to legal help through a single Web site. Authoritative yet simple to use, FreeLegalSelfHelp.com offers a range of forms and instructions for completing them.

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enforcement agencies should check out FreeLegalSelfHelp.com (http://www.freelegalselfhelp.com). It is the perfect one-stop site for legal assistance in California.

Individuals and organizations are now able to use the site, for free, to complete standard Judicial Council forms for California divorce, child custody, child visitation, child support, guardianship, restraining orders, small claims, landlord-tenant issues and name change from any computer, with step-by-step instructions on how to fill them out. Support from professionals is also available through a convenient "Ask a Question" format that provides timely, personal responses to every inquiry. In addition, the site outlines court procedures and provides links to other legal documents and resources that are available, and identifies what filing costs will be. That said, it is not a law firm and an attorney should be contacted regarding legal advice or complex legal matters.

Approximately half of Californians who find themselves in court do not have an attorney, spending hours researching legal matters, confused by court procedures. With that in mind, the newly launched FreeLegalSelfHelp.com is designed to provide them with organized information, and the confidence, needed to complete legal actions on their own without having to wait in long lines at numerous offices and agencies.

About freelegalselfhelp.com:

FreeLegalSelfHelp.com, a California LLC, was founded by legal professionals with over 40 years combined experience in the California legal system. Too many people find themselves addressing legal matters that cannot afford an attorney. Taking a day off work to seek legal help often means losing a day's wages. Most counties in California offer free legal support; however, their hours and areas of support, in many cases, are limited. The FreeLegalSelfHelp.com team is dedicated to educating and supporting Californians with common legal matters at their convenience.


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