Wills, divorces, consumer credit problems, landlord disputes and traffic violations all have two things in common. One, handling such matters is firmly outside your job description. Two, if you are in-house with a large company, your rank and file co-workers in the field are dealing with personal legal issues such as these all the time.

Do I recommend that you directly handle the personal legal needs of employees at your company? No, I’m not losing my mind. But you can help, and the benefits to your law department might be significant. Bear with me for a few paragraphs and see if the following makes sense to you.

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