Welcome to the Internet Office of Equal Access To the Law. We’re not in right now but please sit down and get comfortable. Stay as long as you like. There will be no charge for this visit nor is they’re ever charge for our consultation.

If you are thinking about representing yourself in a legal matter {called In Pro Per or Pro Se}, you’ve come to the right place. But, is self-representation is right for you? We think so, and adamantly subscribe to the practice of laypersons representing themselves, and the U.S. Constitution guarantees it, as is evidenced by the fact that we have successfully assisted thousands of customers throughout the U.S. during the past 17 years.

Yet, self-representation may not be the right way to go in your case and hiring an attorney would be best. We recognize our limitations and, as a result, understand some cases will require legal advice. If we feel that legal advice is necessary, we insist you get it…and we’ll even help you find a competent and reasonably priced lawyer (and yes, there are some still out there).

Hopefully, we designed our site to anticipate your questions and concerns to provide as many answers as possible to help you decide that you are making the right decision to represent yourself…with our assistance. The information and related links contained on our site will acquaint you with the basics of our civil laws that range from bankruptcy, family law, wills/trusts, probate matters, landlord/tenant issues, patent/trademark, foreclosures in real estate, asset protection and setting up small business entities…to name a few.