Forum Quick Guide - Please Review Before Posting

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Latest post Wed, Jul 22 2009 11:34 AM by Denise, Community Director (Admin). 0 replies.
  • Wed, Jul 22 2009 11:34 AM

    Forum Quick Guide - Please Review Before Posting

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    To make the most of your account and help the forums run as effectively and smoothly as possible, please take a moment to review a complete list of the Forum Rules and Help information.

    The bullets below provide a "quick start" to these guidelines.  All participants are asked to follow the guidelines to create a welcoming atmosphere and provide a pleasant and educational experience for everyone.

    • Nothing at the site is confidential - We strongly caution against the inclusion of your personal contact information at the site.  Do not post anything you don't want to viewed by the general public. 
    • None of the information in responses should be viewed as legal advice.
    • Select only ONE forum to post your message to avoid duplicate discussions and repetition.
    • Add additional comments or questions to the original post rather than starting a new thread.  Adding to an existing post returns the thread to the top of the list and provides context, as well as, access to all previous comments.
    • Foul language or insults are not acceptable - even if thinly disguised.
    • Agree to disagree
    • Please do not name individuals or companies.
    • Do not post in all caps or all lowercase.  Breaking text into paragraphs makes a message easier to read.
    • Avoid long posts to optimize potential responses.
    • Refrain from "black or white" statements and directives such as, "you should do this."  You may offer tips, suggestions, or general knowledge from your own experience.
    • Focus responses on the issues and not the author.  Please do not submit judgmental comments or assume that you know exactly what happened, an individual is thinking or similar.
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    • Advertising or solicitation at the site is prohibited.
    • Do include links or URLs where valuable information can be found.

    Thank you for your participation in our Forums!

    Denise & the entire Lawyers.com Community Staff

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