Free law advice is given to members of the public for them to have a clear understanding of what the law entails. Free law advice is mostly given by the postgraduate students who are well trained to become either barristers or solicitors and they are supervised by the experienced lawyers. Legal advisers are in place to find the client problem and solve it and to tell the clients their rights, responsibilities and obligations and what action can be taken. In case one has a legal problem, it is advisable to seek legal advice.
The local residents of a particular states access free and even confidential law advice. The residents get free law advice on matters pertaining civil, consumer law, housing problems and employment law among others. There are different ways of accessing free law advice. One can use advice by visiting any legal institution during the specified time and have a face to face interview with the advisor. In addition, one can call the legal helpline to get the legal information required. Phone advice is mostly given to people who cannot attend the intended appointment. The legal documents containing the necessary information as per the advice can be emailed or even faxed. One can get legal information by making an order of free legal publications and resources.