Is Free Advice Always Good Advice? A Raleigh Lawyer Tries to Explain

While reputable Raleigh law firms like Kurtz & Blum charge a reasonable rate for their services, they often offer some preliminary services for free, like the initial consultation and case evaluation. In special cases, lawyers may provide their services for free (also known as pro bono) or a reduced fee to certain organizations, charities or people with very limited means.

The Young Lawyers Division of the North Carolina Bar Association once again held the annual Ask-a-Lawyer Day on January 31st. Volunteer attorneys were on hand in ten cities across North Carolina to answer questions and offer advice to all citizens.


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