Post A Case
If you know the areas of law your case falls under, select the types of lawyer and case in the dropdown menus provided.
If you have specific questions about your case, you may also post them in the fields we have provided for your questions. You may post up to 4 questions.
Thereafter, post a brief description of your case and the key questions you have. You should post pertinent details about your case that you think our lawyers should be aware of (eg, in a divorce case, it would be relevant for our lawyers to know how many children are involved, who the registered homeowner is, etc). Our lawyers will contact you after your case is approved.
It takes only 10 minutes or less to present your case on Lawfarm, depending on the complexity of your case. All you need to do is give a brief description of your legal problem.
You should never post any personal details (for eg, name, contact details, or even the names of other parties in your case) as you have not engaged a lawyer yet.
In addition, there is no need to post every detail you have about your case here. Most lawyers, upon hearing your case for the first time, do not require every single detail of your case. For your own privacy, you should therefore not post too much personal information or details on your case.
Having said that, we will be on hand to guide you. After you have submitted your posting, we will review your case and contact you if your case has too much or too little information. We will only approve and release your case for our lawyer members after parties are satisfied with the details.
Not to worry! Upon posting, your case will only be viewed by the lawyers registered with Lawfarm for consideration as to whether or not to take your case. Your contact details and name will only be disclosed to the lawyers who have purchased your case. Please note that you should not post any personal details in the case description.
Yes, you can! In fact, this is the very reason we started Lawfarm. Just fill in a budget you are comfortable with. This should be a realistic and reasonable figure as we are quite sure our lawyers will consider this figure in deciding whether to take your case. If you have a small budget, some of our lawyers may even approach you for pro bono work in order to gain experience.