Every question posted on our site is treated with the utmost confidentiality and empathy.
Experts must answer questions against a rigid criteria as follows:
- Understanding of problem
- Accuracy of advice
- Completeness of advice
- Empathy with user
All experts are vetted to ensure they understand and adhere strictly to the above. We will not allow any expert who is not suitably qualified to answer any questions. We check their credentials against the SAR register or the BAR role.
Unlike other legal advice websites, including free advice sites, your confidential question and answer thread is not visible to anyone other than You, your expert and admin.
It is not indexed by search engines therefore, it will not be found by someone searching the Internet. It would require a court order for us to reveal the contents of your question and answer thread.
We like to think we do not, just answer, your question but provide a more complete service. For example our experts will guide you step-by-step through any legal process you do not understand. They will assist you to complete legal forms, review, and comment or make recommendations on agreements and contracts.
You will have your own account login unique to you (you will create this) where you will see all your questions and answers in chronological order. The question thread remains open for as long as you require, untill you are totally satisfied your question has been answered or you no longer require our assistance.
We believe we provide the most comprehensive online legal advice UK service available.
Answering a question online is relatively easy and straightforward, there is a plethora of online legal advice services both paid and free. Expert Answers goes beyond just answering your question, short of representing you we do almost everything else.
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If they have to ask for your name, then it is almost certain they will be selling your details.
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