You've run into a minor but persistent legal problem thatkeeps nagging you. If you don't deal with it soon, it couldturn into something major. But the thought of tracking down alawyer, dressing up, driving downtown and discussing the problem ina walnut-paneled office is enough to postpone action for anotherweek or two.
That kind of thinking--and the fear of having to pay forhigh-priced legal services--has fueled demand for new ways toobtain legal information and advice. Many entrepreneurs are nowturning to the Internet for a broad range of information. Some Websites offer free advice on specific problems, along with easy waysto locate local attorneys who have the expertise to help. The sitesare typically supported by advertising for law-related publicationsand merchandise. Some also include directories of lawyers, who payfor their listings.
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