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The idea of free legal advice is sound, but so few people are capable.
We have a whole lot of at least, anecdotal evidence, that people cannot read basic contracts that they sign for rentals, home purchases, or credit cards. I rant about this all the time. If you cannot understand the contracts that affect so many aspects of your life, going out on the net and trying to understand the law on whatever issue you're concerned with is probably a total waste of time.Daytime TV court shows are overwhelmingly cases where 'he said, she said' with no contract made.
I had two contract law courses as part of my business curriculum, and found those to be some of the most difficult courses I ever had.
But, if you're capable, then yes, you can learn legal basics, if nothing else, at these sites.
Not knocking your posting and your intent --- just questioning how many people can intelligently read legal advice.
Citizens for Pets in Condos offers not legal advice, but free legal information garnered from some authoritative sources like the federal Housing and Urban Development agency (HUD)_ and sources like the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law. Check out http://www.petsincondos.org./legal.htm.