Please be advised that National Family Solutions (NFS) is not a law firm and cannot provide legal representation or legal advice. Our staff members consist of qualifying representatives, case managers, administrative staff, and software/web development programmers. All contractors such as attorneys, legal documents specialists, paralegals, doctors, and other legal professionals are remote, independent agents that work on a case-by-case basis with our organization.
Guidance and document preparation provided by an attorney does not constitute an attorney-client relationship, and that attorney will not be the attorney on record for your case. All information included on our website(s), automated emails, personal emails, press releases, social profiles or any other published information are for educational purposes only and is not intended to be legal advice.
National Family Solutions is here to educate and help provide a low cost solution to you and your family by utilizing the services and expertise of licensed attorneys, legal document assistants, paralegals and family psychologists to prepare written legal court documents and argumentation based on the requests, objectives and personal information that you provide to us. This is done through our encrypted software database, and the online questionnaire that is filled out through our secure, managed, and private servers.
ATTORNEY/LEGAL PROVIDER NETWORK
National Family Solutions spends significant time interviewing, vetting, and verifying State Bar and Certification information for private attorneys to become part of our document provider network.
OUR QUALIFYING PROCESS
Since we are not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice or representation, we have an extensive qualifying process. Unfortunately, this means we reject approximately 80% of the legal matters presented to us. Here are a few things to consider before moving forward with our program, and the reasons why we would recommend seeking the qualified legal advice/representation:
- You are already in the middle of a family law court proceeding
- Criminal offenses (including past convictions and current proceedings)
- Currently on probation or parole
- DUI, violent crimes, drug conviction
- Child abuse or neglect
- Spousal abuse
- No significant change in circumstance from the last court order pertaining to your matter
- Have already been to court regarding the same matter less than 6 months ago
- You are currently in contempt of a current court order
- You have child support arrearages that you are trying to expunge
- Federal, state, or local courts have legal matters pending against you
- You have a case against you by Child Protective Services (CPS)
- Department of Health or any other similar services as the aforementioned
In the situations stated above, we recommend you seek the advice of a private attorney or law firm. We hope this information provides a clear definition to you and your family as you continue to move forward in resolving your legal issue. Again, remember, we are here to help by providing an affordable, low cost solution for you as a Pro Se/Pro Per litigant.