How LegalMatch Works

LegalMatch's free online legal matching works in a 3-step process, which is easy to complete, highly effective and protects your privacy. The absolute latest in technology enables you to confidentially find the right lawyer for you.

Step 1: Present Your Case

  1. You'll begin by selecting a legal issue (or issues) that you think your problem fits into from a general category of law. By selecting the category or categories that best fit your case, you can make sure you get matched to the right lawyers. LegalMatch's nationwide service has lawyers ready to review your case, even if you live in one location and need legal help in another.

  2. Then tell us about your legal issue. Our case presentation questions are designed by attorneys to guide you through the process, just as a lawyer would during an initial consultation. Our efficient and accurate application process assures your complete confidentiality, at all times.

Step 2: We Immediately Match You with the Right Lawyers

  1. Immediately after you present your case, instant email notifications are sent to our member lawyers in the practice area and geographic location you selected.

  2. Lawyers review your case information and where you need legal help, but are not shown your identity until you choose to release it. However you may elect to have your contact information displayed to an interested lawyer after they respond to your case so that they can call you immediately.

Step 3: You Select the Right Lawyer

  1. Lawyers who are interested in your case respond to you with a personal message detailing their relevant experience, availability and fee structure.

  2. Review each lawyer's response message to you, and compare each lawyer's attorney profile to review his or her specific legal experience, practice areas, ratings, fees, and educational and professional affiliations.

  3. Feel confident in knowing that every lawyer is pre-screened by LegalMatch to guarantee they are licensed and in good standing with their state bar association.

  4. Contact the lawyer or lawyers you feel will be right for your case.

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