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Best Mobile Apps for Legal Advice

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Legal difficulties make their way into our lives no matter how vigilant we are. In fact, 1 in 3 families face legal issues in their lifetime, according to a poll by the PEW Charitable Trust. In the past decade alone, 47% of Americans have been involved in court rulings, including trivial issues. As a result, the demand for legal apps has grown.

There’s been an explosion in apps geared toward those in need of legal advice. Some deliver as promised, and some, not so much. We’ve done the research and have compiled a list of the top mobile apps to aid in most legal situations.

Rocket Lawyer App

The Rocket Lawyer app is top-rated for anyone in need of legal help. The app allows users to make legal documents easily and get quick advice from experienced lawyers. If you’re in need of a lawyer beyond what the app offers, you can hire one too. Say you were involved in a car accident and need a car accident lawyer, Rocket Lawyer can help you with that.

Rocket Lawyer is a comprehensive app that works on the Web, Android, and iOS platforms, and it’s a perfect illustration of how simple it is to get legal advice at your fingertips.

Features include:

– Legal documents for various purposes that you can edit and sign online instantly.

– Securely share documents with an attorney for help.

– Get up to a 40% discount when hiring an attorney through the app.

Legal Dictionary App

If you have ever attempted to read a legal document, you know all about the legal jargon you are presented with and just how hard it can be to decipher. The solution is the Legal Dictionary App.

The Legal Dictionary makes reading and understanding legal terms simple. Simply input the term you’re searching for into the search field and you’ll receive relevant results. You may also bookmark information you find to access later.

In all, there’s over 14,500 legal definitions and 13,500+ audio pronunciations. While seeking legal advice is best advised, it never hurts to be informed.

Evernote App

This app wasn’t created specifically for attorneys or even dealing with legal issues. It does, however, benefit users in the same way it benefits other professionals. Evernote is a robust app for taking notes, sharing documents and more.

The mobile app allows you to take notes and share them with anyone, including meetings, web pages and to-do lists. Best of all, it syncs to all your devices, so you can seamlessly take your notes with you on the go.

There are multiple formatting options, as well as a robust search system that allows the user to quickly find what they need.

Fastcase App

When you are involved in any sort of legal proceeding, research is key. Fastcase is one of the best in helping you research any case. The Fastcase app is a free legal research app that allows you to access cases and statutes in any state simply by inputting a term or citation.

You may also store the case you’re interested in for subsequent use after you’ve found it. You may see it in your current searches even if you didn’t save any documents. You can also see how many times a case has been referenced previously by using the “Authority check” tool.

The app is also award-winning, earning the prestigious American Association of Law Libraries New Product of the Year Award.

Available for Android and Apple, Fastcase is one of the most popular apps on the market.

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Allen Starbury

Allen Starbury is a veteran writer who has covered entertainment and music for over 15 years.