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How to Get Legal Help on FindLaw.com: A Road Map

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By Nicole Johnson, JD on March 03, 2011 11:55 AM

Life happens. Then FindLaw.com is there to help you out.

Everyone needs legal help at some point. FindLaw is here to help you make better legal decisions when life throws you a legal curve ball. From knowing what to do after a routine traffic stop, to understanding the not-so-common (bust just as pesky) bed bug bite, FindLaw.com provides the most relevant and up-to-date legal information on the web.

Here is a road map to help you access some of the great things you can do on FindLaw.com:

Find Legal Information

Want to learn about a particular area of law? Or need help understanding your legal rights? Don't chance another fruitless Internet search. FindLaw's Learn About the Law provides hundreds of relevant articles, tips, and FAQ's on popular legal consumer topics, including:

Locate an Attorney

Looking to hire an attorney, or just need a free consultation? FindLaw's robust Lawyer Directory contains hundreds of attorneys in your area. Browse FindLaw's collection of qualified lawyers by location or legal issue to find the best attorney to handle your specific need.

Get Answers to Common Legal Questions

Want a legal professional to provide insight on a legal problem? FindLaw's Answers community is the go-to place to interact and find answers and information on dozens of everyday legal topics, such as retail purchases, neighbor disputes, immigration, and child custody and support issues, to name a few. Whether you want quick feedback on a topic, or want to share your knowledge and experience, FindLaw Answers provides a vibrant and interactive community where everyday people can get real-time answers.

Check back for more inside tips for legal help and how to search these and other areas within FindLaw.com.

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