Where's Brian Tannebaum when you need him:
They started with an iPad app, LegalFile, which is already on the market. “It’s essentially a virtual office to enable lawyers to practice without absorbing the cost of a secretary or a filing clerk,” said Kuznetsova, the 24-year-old president and CEO of Miami-based Esenem, the parent company of LegalFileIt. “This app replaces a traditional briefcase. It’s your calendar keeper and it provides startup forms in all different areas of law.”If you don't need a secretary, filing clerk, briefcase, or office, maybe you don't need an attorney either:
There are plenty of lawyers out there who are willing to represent you if you find yourself either being sued or having to sue someone. But do you really need a lawyer?But who needs to buy a whole book to learn you don't need a lawyer?
Gary Zeidwig doesn’t think so, at least not all the time. Zeidwig, an award-winning lawyer, reveals that there are some cases where an individual can move forward pro se, (for oneself) that is, advocating without an attorney and defending or fighting for their rights on their own behalf, and that it’s not only acceptable but relatively safe to do so.
There's probably an app for that.