Lesson 2 - 1. Non-lawyers potentially practice law when...

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Unformatted text preview: 1. Non-lawyers potentially practice law when they engage in what types of activities?--Answer below: Non-lawyers potentially practice law when the give legal advice or an opinion. Also when they prepare legal documents or assist in completing the forms without a lawyers review and signature. If a non-lawyer must let it be known they are a paralegal or legal assistant and presents themselves as a lawyer. An example is a non-lawyer cannot help prepare divorce documents for a client and file them for the person because it is considered practice of law which violates the UPL. 2. If your family members ask you for legal advice, you should say what?--Answer below: If a family member asks for legal advice I would give them some information but I would let it be known that it is only my opinion and not advice. I would tell them to contact the lawyer that I work for or that I am familiar with....
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course PAR 104 taught by Professor Jillhudson during the Spring '11 term at Rio Salado.

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Lesson 2 - 1. Non-lawyers potentially practice law when...

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