Welcome to "Answers By Attorneys"

When you have a legal question, we will find an attorney in your state to provide an answer to your question.

Answers By Attorneys

Answers By Attorneys

Our Goal is to be a resource where you can get answers to your legal questions by Attorneys that are practicing law in your State.

All to often people find their-self in a situation where they may need legal counsel. Sometimes they simply need an answer to a legal question. Asking friends or family may not provide you the best legal advice, and may they may actually be providing inaccurate information.

Inaccurate legal information can often be detrimental, and lead you into making poor decisions that could be costly.

Before you make any decision regarding a legal issue, it is highly advised that you seek the advice of professional legal counsel.

At "Answers By Attorneys" we provide a source for you to ask questions, and for an Attorney in your State to provide a legal answer. Many people in your State may have the same question or a similar question. So, by asking a legal question, and getting a legal response can not only help you, but literally thousands of others in your State.

Additionally, people in another State may have the same question. This website allows the opportunity for Attorneys in other States to also answer the same question, as we identify the State and the Attorney who provided the legal answer. We do this because the laws and how they may apply to your situation often differ from State to State.

We hope you get the legal answers you need here, at "Answers By Attorneys."

Answers By Attorneys

Answers By Attorneys


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