Do you need to be a lawyer to offer bankruptcy services offline?

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Do you need to be a lawyer to offer bankruptcy services offline?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    I'm not a lawyer ... but I believe it varies hugely from country to country.

    In some countries you have to be a lawyer. In some you can be a "licensed insolvency practitioner" (some of whom, but not all, are also either lawyers or accountants). In others, I think there's little-to-no regulation.

    Without any location mentioned in either your post or your profile, it won't be easy even for people who know about these things to advise you, though. There are people here from all over the world - just an observation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
    In all 50 of these united States you may perform bankruptcy
    document prep services. That's all you can do. You can't answer
    questions or give advice about any subject that involves any legal
    issue.

    There are many of these services all over the country. A quick google
    search will provide you with a full range of examples.
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