Posting a query is the first step to help you connect with an experienced lawyer who is practicing in your relevant field, So you must provide as many details as possible while posting a query. 1. From the sidebar click on Post a Query. This will be one of the options under Find a Lawyer.
2. Select your state or the state you want to file your case in and also select its category. 3. Give an appropriate Title to your query. Keep in mind that a small and to-the-point Title helps a lot. 4. Fill in the description. Here you should elaborate your query, giving as many details as possible. 5. Now you can also upload supporting files by clicking on Click to upload file(s).
6. Finally, click the Submit button to submit your query.
Your Query has now been placed. Wait for a while, so that a lawyer can see and accept your query.
View a Query and Connect with a Lawyer
Once a query has been posted, you can view it under My Queries. 1. From the sidebar select My Queries. 2. Find the required query and click on Details.
3. On the view page, you will be able to see the details of your query along with the files uploaded. You also see a list of lawyers who have viewed the query and accepted it. 4. Now click on the Connect button against a lawyer to connect with the lawyer.
Send and Receive Messages from Lawyers
When a lawyer sends a message, you will receive an email. By clicking on the link in the email you will be directed to the conversation page directly. You can also find your conversation by logging in to your account. 1. From the sidebar select Inbox. 2. Now you will see a list of lawyers. Select the one you want to send or read a message.
3. Type your message and click on the send button.
4. The messages you sent and received are displayed in conversation form. 5. You can also send documents or other attachments by clicking on the attachment button.
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