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Is it possible for a Texas attorney to review my information free of cost?

Lawton, OK |

All my information is already on the county website in Texas, however, I live in Oklahoma and most Oklahoma attorneys suggest I contact a Texas attorney because of the varying laws in the states.

Attorney Answers 4

  1. Best answer

    Sure its possible. But no attorney us going to hunt down your info and review your case. You will, if the matter is important to you, have to make an effort to find an attorney.

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  2. Attorneys are generally compensated for their time, same as other folk with training for particular skills, e.g., doctors, nurses, plumbers, mechanics, librarians, shoot, even pizza makers and line cooks for that matter. Many do offer free initial consultations however.

    You might consider reporting, and instead of using Lawton, use the community in Texas where your issue exists. Although some OK attorneys are also licensed in TX, I do not believe it is a large number.

    And yes, when you have a TX centric issue, your best avenue is to consult a TX centric attorney.

  3. It would probably depend upon how much information he needs to review.

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  4. You maybe able to find an attorney to give you limited information regarding property found online however, if you have substantial property, I suggest that you retain a lawyer in Texas and/or Oklahoma who has a Texas license to review the property divisions and pay he/she for their time.