From the answers you submitted to us in response to the Intake Guide and Questionnaire, I understand that you do not have an attorney or would like help getting an attorney in your area knowledgeable about freedom of religion law.

We strongly suggests that you hire an attorney licensed in your state familiar with freedom of religion law as well as the law relating to the particular context of your case (i.e., employment/education discrimination law, criminal law, divorce/custody law, military law, or prison law.)

If you request/requested us to help you in this regard, we may submit the request to various individuals, organizations, and electronic media to help you find an attorney. However, you should understand that there is no guarantee that an attorney will be located via this networking service who will be able to help you. Ultimately, the responsibility for finding an attorney, remains with you.

We strongly suggest that you seek out an attorney on your own. Our informational services are not a substitute for legal services, and neither I nor those I work with can provide you legal advice. Our informational services are best used in conjunction with the services of an attorney licensed in your state. It is very important that you have an attorney representing you to provide you legal advice and to protect your rights!

To find an attorney on your own, we suggest the following course of action:

If you think you cannot afford an attorney, we suggest the following course of action:

If you are asking for an attorney to work on a sliding scale or on a pro bono basis, it will be harder to find an attorney, but not impossible. Keep trying!

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