NC FREE LEGAL HELP
NC Free Legal Help is a public service provided by the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, an association of attorneys practicing across North Carolina dedicated to Protecting People’s Rights.
The 500-plus attorneys listed in the NC Free Legal Help database have agreed to provide free initial legal information through a phone call or email exchange. The participants will not provide legal advice but will provide you with information about the law.
When contacting attorneys listed in the Free Legal Help directory, please indicate that you received the contact information from the North Carolina Advocates for Justice's Free Legal Help database.
Please note that participation in this program is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship between you and the participating attorney or the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Consultations initiated through Free Legal Help typically will last no more than 10 minutes.
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