I get asked legal questions that often ends up leading towards the individual needing legal advice. Paralegals assist lawyers in the delivery of legal services and CANNOT give legal advice (NALA Code of Ethics). Although, I may know the answer, it would be unethical of me to give such answer. Legal advice may only be relied upon if given by an attorney (NALA Code of Ethics). I do not provide legal services to the general public and I cannot give legal advice, but what I can do is provide a list of sites and resources that can assist individuals, if they are interested in representing themselves (pro se):
Bankruptcy: United States Bankruptcy Courts
Corporations: Nebraska Secretary of State
County and District Court filings (including divorce, protection orders, child support, adoption) Nebraska Judical Branch
After reviewing the sites and forms, if you still have questions, the advice I can give you is to contact an attorney. If you do not have the funds to hire an attorney, there is Legal Aid of Nebraska or you can search for more information at the Nebraska State Bar Association.
*Please note that the sites given are legal resources for the State of Nebraska. If you know of a great (and legit) legal resource that would be helpful to the general public, please email and let me know!