LawStuff Explained is an informational website focused on helping everyday individuals get the LawStuff they need to handle their law-related matters, from contested legal disputes to applying to law school.

LawStuff doesn’t have to be mysterious or complicated.

Lawyers are critical when it comes to providing legal advice. (We don’t provide that). But what we do provide is free information that you can use as a foundation for your consultation with an attorney, and to potentially reduce your legal fees because you don’t need to be educated by your lawyer and his team on the topic.

Get started with some of the articles below:

Hiring A Lawyer For The First Time

For Law Students (Current and Future)

Questions About Careers in Law

How Do Lawyers Get Paid?

Can Lawyers Charge For Phone Calls?

Why Are Lawyers So Expensive?

Featured Posts


Answers to common questions about the LawStuff website.

Can You Give Me Legal Advice?

NO! This is an informational website. Though every article on this website is reviewed by someone with legal training, nothing on this website is intended to be legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should contact a licensed attorney.

What Should I Do If The Information On This Site Isn’t Enough?

Keep searching the net (there’s tons out there), or reach out to the local bar to obtain a referral to an attorney who specializes in your legal matter. You should be able to obtain a consultation even if you don’t think you can afford to hire an attorney.

Can You Help Me With My Legal Matter?

The information on this website is all the help we can provide. Feel free to search the site for information pertaining to your case. But don’t ask us to appear with you in court or help you prepare legal documents. We can’t.

I Don’t Even Know Where To Start. What Should I Read First?

If you are in the middle of a case but don’t know where to start, we recommend that you first review the articles about first hiring an attorney, before moving into the articles that are specific to your legal issue (like criminal law, family law, civil law, etc).

Let’s Get Started!

Not sure what you need? Check out the category page and scroll though to see what we have available. We are posting new articles all the time, so feel free to check back and see what’s new.