Team Law has no right to make recommendations, to give counsel
or advice and we never do.
Team Law is purely an educational organization.
Even if there were sufficient information for us to give advice we would never say what you should do.
We believe that giving or receiving and acting upon advice is basically immoral.
We find the following facts are self-evident:
In light of these facts, it would at least be foolish to rely on someone else's advice. To understand the moral nature of advice, we look at it this way: Imagine someone standing before he King of Kings at their final judgment and imagine that they are not comfortable with the concept that they are going to be required to account for their entire lives so they brought a professional attorney to present their case. At the opening of the review the attorney begins to speak and he King of Kings turns to the attorney and according to scripture He says, "get thee hence, I know thee not." The attorney turns, looks at the person, shrugs his shoulders and leaves. Realizing the gravity of the situation the person says, "but God, didn't I do all of these good things in your name, didn't I heal the sick, raise the dead and spread your word amongst the people?" To which the King of Kings responds, "Get thee hence you knew me not!" And the interview is over.
We realize this little story is paraphrased from Biblical scripture, feeling that it well describes the situation magnified to the level that we can all see the point. The fact is when you enter a court, even if you hire the best attorney and he pleads your case exquisitely, at the end of the day, civilly or criminally, the attorney does not pay the price, you do. There is no relief due to your reliance on other's opinions or work. Regardless of the outcome, you still have to pay the price.
Knowing this we believe if a person gives advice they imply
full comprehension of the given situation (which they most likely do not have),
they imply their opinion will best sway accountability, which they cannot do;
or they imply that their opinion bares weight upon accountability, which it
can not, therefore we believe that giving advise is immoral.
(This opinion says nothing of a father's responsibility to teach his children, which is best done by good example. Notice that a father's opinion does affect accountability, up to a certain age and ability in his children, wherefore a father's advice and counsel wisely given is not only moral but is also necessary.)
In taking advice from another one implies that they accept the accountability of the other person and that they would apply that to themselves, which thing cannot be done, accountability never shifts like that; or they imply that they cannot discover the truth and/or bare the burden of such discovery in time to account for themselves, both of which are either false or irrelevant; at the time of judgment such as these will often attempt to focus blame on those that gave assistance or advice; doing so, or failing to take appropriate timely action to stand accountable, is immoral.
For these reasons we never give advice. We never give counsel. We only provide an opportunity to learn what others have learned and made available from our own experiences. All of our services are educational only. Each Team Law Beneficiary recognizes this prior to receiving their Team Law Beneficiary Endowment or the endowment is not granted.
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