How it works
Ask for help, 24/7
Members enjoy round-the-clock access to 12,000+ verified Experts, including doctors, lawyers, tech support, mechanics, vets, home repair pros, more.
An Expert will respond in minutes
After you reach out, we match you with an Expert who specializes in your situation. Talk, text, chat, whichever you prefer, even send documents and photos for review.
Save time + money!
No scheduling hassles, missing time from work, or expensive consults. A JustAnswer membership can save you significant time and money each month.
Why members love us
Verified Experts you can trust
All Experts must pass a rigorous 8-Step Expert Quality Process, including license + credential verification, expert tests, and performance reviews.
Fast help, day or night
You’ll get a fast response in minutes. Here the help comes to you over your device, so you avoid driving across town and wasting time in the waiting room. Plus, we never close.
Clear, fixed fees
The real cost of medical, legal, car, and home repair is hard to know beforehand. Here, your cost is fixed for a regular monthly fee, and any premium service fees are always upfront.
Say goodbye to overwhelming search results and dubious community forums. Discuss your individual situation directly with an Expert who specializes in your topic.
The right fit for you
We’ll match you with the right type of specialist every time: Pediatrician, Real Estate Lawyer, GM Mechanic, Dog Vet, Android Expert, plus hundreds more.
Divorce, assault, substance abuse, family or work conflict. Experts are committed to providing understanding guidance on even the most sensitive subjects.
Who is called a lawyer?
A lawyer is a person who practices law, as an advocate, barrister, attorney, counselor, solicitor, notary, or civil law notary. The term “lawyer” is commonly used to refer to a licensed legal professional who is qualified to give legal advice and represent clients in legal matters. Lawyers may specialize in various areas of law such as criminal law, family law, corporate law, environmental law, and many more. They are expected to adhere to ethical and professional standards in the conduct of their practice.
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