A lot of people are turning online to find a solution to their divorce action. For a reasonably low fixed rate fee, they often can end their marriage at a fraction of the cost of going to a barred attorney with a traditional shingle hung up. Is this a good thing or should these services be outlawed considering some of these folks are just paralegals? Are these services not glorified unauthorized practice of law mill factories? And how come bar associations and attorneys aren’t saying anything?
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