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As the title say's ask a solcitor a question, online, for free. Handy site to bookmark, they claim to give you an answer within the hour, but guessing it will depend on the time of day you ask the que…
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As the title say's ask a solcitor a question, online, for free. Handy site to bookmark, they claim to give you an answer within the hour, but guessing it will depend on the time of day you ask the question.
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#1
I'll let you know how I got on as I submitted a question.
#2
ive used a similar paid site called justanswer, beware they are a scam and if you didnt pay by paypal say bye bye to your money. voted hot for this as its free
#3
MR1123
ive used a similar paid site called justanswer, beware they are a scam and if you didnt pay by paypal say bye bye to your money. voted hot for this as its free


They look to me to be different things - rightsolicitor has a solicitor from a company answer your question for free, but then you get referred onto that firm, if you want to take your case down that route. Only then would you pay any fees, working direct with them - the website justs gets a commission.

At Justanswers, you put up a 'bounty' for a reply to your question from the start, and it's all done through the website afaik.
#4
tried it - will let folk know how i get on.
#5
used and got a very prompt response, thx :)
1 Like #6
I know the question I'd ask:
"Why are you so damned expensive?"!

Edit: Just realised that my comment sounds rather stupid considering that this is for a free service! But you know what I mean . ..

Edited By: simonspeakeasy on Nov 24, 2010 12:15
1 Like #7
would advise to avoid, not very reputable
#8
goodgrr
I'll let you know how I got on as I submitted a question.

Four hours now and no response.
#9
I have just asked one, will let you know :)
#10
I asked and got a response too :D heat added.
#11
did they respond via email?
#12
Got a response, but fobbed off with they needed more info
#13
I got a response as well - and it was sufficient - not much that I didn't already know - but i can see how this is a good service.
#14
Well good that it's free, but I'm using Which legal service and very happy (subscribed to their unlimited phone and email service for about £60 for 18 months!).
#15
adamski88
did they respond via email?


Yes they did.
#16
...still waiting 19 hours later :D
#17
Hi There,
My name is Damien and I am from rightsolicitor.co.uk; we are new service trying to make the first contact with a solicitor as pain free as possible. We answer a question for free and usually within 60 minutes. However, someone kindly added our service to your great forum and we have been literally swamped with enquiries in the past 36 hours. So I would like to apologise for the delay in responses but hopefully we will catch up by late afternoon and then be able to resume a 60 minute response time from tomorrow. Everyone who asks a question will get an answer from a solicitor for free. Thanks for your help, support and patience.
#18
Top find this,thanks.
#19
mac2300
Hi There,
My name is Damien and I am from rightsolicitor.co.uk; we are new service trying to make the first contact with a solicitor as pain free as possible. We answer a question for free and usually within 60 minutes. However, someone kindly added our service to your great forum and we have been literally swamped with enquiries in the past 36 hours. So I would like to apologise for the delay in responses but hopefully we will catch up by late afternoon and then be able to resume a 60 minute response time from tomorrow. Everyone who asks a question will get an answer from a solicitor for free. Thanks for your help, support and patience.


If this is for real it would explain why I still have no answer to yesterdays question. Will wait a bit longer - the jury is still out...
#20
Hi Butterbean,

This is for real. For those waiting still we do apologise. We have just brought on more in house solicitors so we should be getting replies out very soon now, as well as servicing those that are still coming in. Thanks for your continued patience.
#21
Absolutley useless. Took 23 hours to come through, the solicitor had not even written what I put properly (I was asking about wills and said I was not married but my partner was on the child's birth certificate - to which the solicitor replied "as long as he is on the marriage certificate..."). Would avoid at all costs. :(
#22
still waiting for a reply.. hope one comes!
1 Like #23
mac2300
Hi Butterbean,

This is for real. For those waiting still we do apologise. We have just brought on more in house solicitors so we should be getting replies out very soon now, as well as servicing those that are still coming in. Thanks for your continued patience.


Never received an answer.
I call shenanigans :{

Q: What do you call 10,000 lawyers at the bottom of the sea?
A: A start.
#24
I asked for help about family law, but was given web link - http://www.resolution.org.uk where I can't really find was I was looking for. So not really useful in my case.
#25
They're working on the weekend to answer questions. I'll let you all know how I get on.
#26
I got my response, which I was 90% certain was the right answer anyway. Despite being riddled with spelling mistakes (I'll put that down to how many messages these guys are replying to), it was fairly accurate.
#27
good free service,can't understand what all the bitching is all about tho,if the advice given is not what you want to hear then consult a solicitor in person,however you may get the same advice..but with a fee
#28
got the answer with in 2hrs on sunday evening. thanks!!! hot ;)
#29
vix_xx
good free service,can't understand what all the bitching is all about tho,if the advice given is not what you want to hear then consult a solicitor in person,however you may get the same advice..but with a fee


I wasn't complaining about the quality of advice - I never received any answer at all. Nothing. Nada. Not even an "I'm sorry we don't know the answer to your question".

I think this is a bit dangerous - IMHO bad legal advice is worse than no legal advice. If you want an answer for free it is probably better to make an appointment with a citizens advice bureau. Also, many high street solicitors offer initial appointments for free. Frankly, you could probably get the answer you want in most cases by googling it.
#30
Butterbean


I wasn't complaining about the quality of advice - I never received any answer at all. Nothing. Nada. Not even an "I'm sorry we don't know the answer to your question".

I think this is a bit dangerous - IMHO bad legal advice is worse than no legal advice. If you want an answer for free it is probably better to make an appointment with a citizens advice bureau. Also, many high street solicitors offer initial appointments for free. Frankly, you could probably get the answer you want in most cases by googling it.


checked your junk mail folder?

Edited By: ascen on Nov 29, 2010 20:45
#31
goodgrr
goodgrr
I'll let you know how I got on as I submitted a question.


Four hours now and no response.


Never did get a reply (and yes I checked my spam mail daily)
#32
I've received an answer to my question in less than 10 minutes. I am grateful for prompt response and for the details. Great service, would highly recommend it to others.
#33
i have been charged with 2 counts of common assaults, gone guilty on one and not guilty on te other, the not guolty one ha been dropped, i was given bail conditions to live and sleep at my mums and sign on at the police station and a curfew and not to contact my partner, will my bail conditions be dropped as well,

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