The power went out during a freak thunderstorm.
Sitting on the porch, I felt calm. I'm always prepared for this and other types of temporary scenarios.
Legal situations are temporary scenarios too.
In the past, before being exposed to verifiable credentials technology, and before having taken the legal course, I thought I was as prepared as I was going to get:
prepared to lose everything and be perpetually distraught.
But I know that's not true.
Legal issues are temporary issues and they don't have to forever alter your future.
- The legal course can show you what to do now when the police show up your door because of a "neighbor complaint."
- You learn what to do when you're first served with paperwork (hint: you have more than one option than just to seek an attorney as the # 1 item on the list.)
- You can know what exactly your legal options are for any given case and when you should worry about exercising them and when not to.
Personally, I'm a lot more calmer because of it. I know that because it did that for me, the legal course can do that for you.
You can be even more prepared than you might be already. You owe that to yourself and to your loved ones.
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