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  1. #1
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    Default Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    Someone didnt like my post about seeking Pro se advise. I know you licensed attorneys need to make your buck.....but saving a nickel is only secondary to "my" purpose.

    Past experience has shown me opposition counsel can and will make intentional technical errors (dirty tricks.) You guys with licenses to loose are too chicken to compete.

    I have nothing in the fire at the moment...but would like to scout for a mentor. Ive had some success in the past, but need a little help on the technical points. At least can we have a discussion on the subject of Pro se?

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    Nice rant?

    Every one of your posts is in the forum. What are you complaining about?

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    well son of a pup....not complaining about anything......just like to know how easy or hard it will be to find good experienced help on a pro se action when it happens next. Seems to me a disbarred attorney would be best qualified....if I know were to find one.

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    Do you want a discussion, or are you simply repeating one of your other threads?

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    yeah....the problem is no one wants to comment on either. I would have figured there would have been plenty of opinion on Health care at least. I guess I was wrong.

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    Is there specific information you are looking for? Or are you just looking to have infinite wisdom bestowed upon you?

    Or are you just asking if self representation is a good idea?

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    A song.....

    Pro se can you see?
    By the threads early light,
    What silly crap they do post,
    by the forums last gleaming!..........


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    Default discrete task representation

    unbundled representation aka:discrete task representation

    This is more of what Im getting at. A Pro se litigant buying ala cart legal service.

    Does anyone know anything about this or have an opinion? Anyone?.....Beuler?....Ferris Beuler?.......

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    Default Re: Let's Talk About Pro Se Representation

    More nonsense, can't help you.

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    Default Re: discrete task representation

    Quote Quoting timotb
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    unbundled representation aka:discrete task representation

    This is more of what Im getting at. A Pro se litigant buying ala cart legal service.

    Does anyone know anything about this or have an opinion? Anyone?.....Beuler?....Ferris Beuler?.......
    Well, it seems to my mind if you specifically think a disbarred attorney is an ideal candidate, then you want someone of negotiable morality. As luck would have it, you don't need that at all!

    Seriously though, if you want this kind of legal assistance (presumably not advice, but help with the legwork or something?), then there are many legal assistance places you can where they don't do litigation or anything, but help with drafting papers and what not. They can even handle simple matters like wills and divorces or whatever.

    Perhaps you could look one of those up in your neck of the woods to see if what services they offer line up with what services you require. Or, in the alternative, you could ask better questions here. After reading everything you've written here, my only question has been "could he possibly get less specific?".

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