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(+) Requesting Legal Help: When you have some sort of legal issue(s) upon you, you generally have but a total of five (5) basic options from which to choose in response:
- Option 1: Do nothing, at all, whatsoever. Nothing. In fact, under an unusual circumstance, doing nothing might actually be your very most efficient choice and option, overall. Often enough, it's just not really worth it, in the big picture. Sometimes you want to win the war, itself, and not necessarily every battle.. Indeed, once in a great while, under the law, doing something or anything might even be just the trap-bait that the other side is hoping for. If in any doubt as to doing nothing or something, you should probably default on the safe side, assuming that something must be at least discussed and advised, and so consider one of the other four options, which are:
- Option 2: Formally hire a professional attorney. Especially with some kinds of formally court-ordered hearings coming up, at which you must appear, and appear represented, sometimes you don't have any other realistic option but to jump immediately to shopping for the best, most qualified attorney in your same jurisdiction that can be found... While there are large "find an attorney" sites out there, such as Lawyers.com, LegalMatch, AttorneyFind, and many, many more out there, too, oftentimes their higher hourly rates are compelled by professional dues, fancy office leases, and so forth desired for their regular business. Also, though, large numbers of Citizens are unhappy with typical bar association lawyers, and the general trust factor still leaves something to be desired. Instead, you might consider hiring a likeminded Patriot Legal Scholar, detailed below. Some of these patriots are professional attorneys, by the way, willing to give breaks to, uhm, likeminded people.
- Option 3: Consult with other Citizens in your State. UCRCoA has an even larger network for the public actions side, than it does for this background legal side. See the Org Chart for a quick visual overview. Likewise, these many people of Family Values, Liberty, Freedom and so forth congregate and discuss all similar topics on the fifty (50) individual Statewide groups, linked near the top of each State Chapters page. In addition, the same thing is happening more and more now, especially on the Local Groups for every higher-populated U.S. County, Borough, Parish and Independent City out there. Hook up with your best geo-group of area-likeminded Citizens, and ask your questions. Believe it or not, many have already gone through what you are facing...
- Option 4: If you have time, learn the law yourself. While there are some misguided laws on the books nowadays, most of the established, written law is usually your friend, and actually protects you from probably most of the things you are experiencing now. Indeed, what seems like obvious fairness and common sense, in daily life, is also usually the real way that the law is written. The hard parts are often finding the most applicable law(s) for your position, and there are several different aspects of the total law, from codes or statutes, to caselaw, to court rules, to the common law, regulations and whatever you have involved. Just get started, and a good basic primer for you is on this website, at the Publix Law Schools page.
- Option 5: Obtain help from a Patriot Legal Scholar. Skilled legal assistance can be sought via a semi-private network of UCRCoA Legal Scholars that are experienced in navigating the court systems of our Local, State and Federal Governments. Please understand that people generally cannot afford to work for free, and, as such, you should expect to reasonably compensate any one of the Legal Scholars for their time working on your individual case. Of course, part of the Matching Service design is to offer you several independent offers, and let you decide who among them is your best choice(s). You can be sure that the rates by Legal Scholars will never approach the kind of price ranges that you would have to regularly pay, anywhere, for any normal professional attorney doing normal legal work at their normal rates around the USA today.. Download this sort-n-organize flowchart first, if you have one of those really, really large and complex cases, and use this to help get your paperwork all properly organized for legal battles, together with an indexed "table of contents", in order to quickly provide a UCRCoA Legal Scholar with good and complete understanding into your case. This will speed things up, which will make things that much cheaper on you, too. In any event, start now and make contact, below.
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