Charlie Brown and Lucie are at school.

Charlie Brown turns around to Lucie and says "No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them."

And that's quite true.

Learning about the legal system for yourself, or even adopting verifiable credentials technology, is not an attempt to overthrow the legal system or the courts.

Learning for yourself is not a threat to the industry or the government.

It's not even an attempt at putting lawyers out of business.

It's a right you have.

You have a right to know exactly how to defend yourself in court if it turns out you cannot afford or fully trust an attorney.

Why should you or a family member be forced to face off with the villain that will most certainly cost you, your finances, and your family relationships at the expense of today's legal fees, all in hopes that you won't be financially paralyzed for the next decade or worse?

You don't have to.

There are some who don't agree with it. Some who don't think this course should exist.

It doesn't matter.

Unless you can afford an attorney and trust the attorney you hired, you need to learn these things for yourself.

You can start learning today.

The absolute worst time to learn is when you're first hearing is next week.

If you've been through it before, you know you may be put through it again.

It's time to dive into the other alternative you have.

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