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I Need A Lawyer But I Have No Money...

We get e mails almost every day at ChristianMoney.com from people that have legal problems and need help. Hiring an attorney is almost always going to set you back a significant sum of money. No knock on attorneys here, they deserve to be paid like everyone else that practices their profession. The truth is, however, that today many legal problems and issues can be handled without a lawyer. We have seen the rise of services like Legal Zoom, which allows people to prepare a wide array of legal documents using a simple online portal.

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The other major change that has taken place is within the court system itself. More and more people are representing themselves in court, and provisions are being made to accommodate those that decide to forgo an attorney. Those appearing without an attorney are referred to as Pro Se litigants (which in the Latin literally means 'on behalf of themselves'). Although it is has been commonplace in small claims court, it has now become a similarly common practice in family court as well. Divorce is costly enough, but when you have to shell out money over and over again when disagreements arise about issues like custody, you will quickly run out of money.

Although it might seem like a daunting and frightening proposition, you too can learn the basic skills needed to be represent yourself in court. In the process you will learn a lot and save a tremendous amount of money as well. All of this leads to an online training course that I absolutely love. It is aptly titled The 7 Day Crash Course To Representing Yourself In Court. The course is taught by a trial attorney and comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. 

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I love empowering people, and I hope that this course gives you an option if you simply need to handle a legal matter and just can't afford to pay an attorney.

Helping you make the most of God’s money!  

 James L. Paris 

Editor-In-Chief ChristianMoney.com 
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