Legal Services: Advice for free?
Every single day there are trials going on around the globe, legal services offices crowded with people, lining up early in the morning just to be serve first, to get help and hear some advice to their situations. Evicted, chase down by loan sharks, filing for divorce, you name your situation.
Private attorneys are expensive, yes. When their skills are worth the money, making the impossible would be possible giving you the greatest of chance in winning your case. But for low-income people, affording such would greatly affect them, mostly in financial terms. If they can’t, they should just forget about equality.
As many years passed, there were articles on how to give legal aid to those who needs funding, boosting goodness, bringing on hope and helping more people. But a new crisis arise and starts to haunt those who devote themselves to helping the needy into a dilemma: What difference would you make in offering help to them? Will it be worth giving them the resources? Or waste? Possible?
Think about it, professionals need fees for their hard work. Giving and bringing their very best to win, helping you in your worst possible case that life may ever bring.