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Does a Reputation Repair person need a mult-state legal license to practice law?

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Also what is the law or legal precedents where the one being slandered pays the one making the defamatory statement?

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Need more info -- what work is the "Reputation Repair" person offering to do?

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Reputation repair people don't need to be attorneys, unless they are representing someone in court. There is a whole market of reputation repair folks online, they aren't normally attorneys.

The law varies depending on where the person is, where the defamation happened, and so on.

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