Lawyers are indispensable, aren’t they? Come on. I know you want to say with all your heart that the world doesn’t really need these smugs, that the whole human civilization would be better off without pompous and self-righteous attorneys throwing their weight around and telling people what they should do.
You know a lot of lawyers and you wish you didn’t know them because people might associate you with them and that would be bad for your reputation. Yes, attorneys at law tend to get that pre-conceived notion that they are not good people.
Let me share my two cents about this subject. Indispensable doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re good people, it doesn’t mean that they give a rat’s ass about your situation or the problem that you need to solve, it doesn’t even mean that they care about you as a human being.
Being indispensable simply means that the world will not go one without lawyers (sorry to burst that bubble).
If there weren’t any lawyers, who would file your divorce papers? If all the attorneys would suddenly disappear from the face of the planet (some of you would love that, won’t you?), who would help you file a TRO on your ex-husband who keeps bothering you?
Who would help you with the guidelines in buying real estate? Even if you didn’t know how to find a lawyer, that doesn’t mean you can live without them.
Let me give a couple reason why. One, is for your mental health. No, I don’t mean you are going to go crazy if you never consult another attorney ever again (wouldn’t that be nice). All I’m saying is these “humbugs” actually know what they’re doing.
And that in itself gives you a sense of assurance that when they are helping you (with that previously mentioned TRO or some other legal issues), they have the expertise and skills to do so.
And if that isn’t enough, remember that they didn’t just drop from the sky and become lawyers spontaneously, they studied and sweated and bled for more than 10 years of school and internships and more academe just to get to where they are.
You know, com to think of it, they actually deserve more respect than we give them credit for.
This sounds funny when talking about lawyers. Emotional support? You must be joking. Hear me out.
I didn’t say the emotional support will come from them, all I’m saying is as you go through the legalities of the various issues, your family will give most of the emotional support and all those intangibles that a lawyer can’t provide, but when it comes to the facts and paperwork and court appearances, just seeing this attorney help you get through your ordeal is another kind of emotional support altogether.
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— AskTheLawyers (@AskTheLawyers) January 4, 2018