I would like to ask for clarification of rules on asking for advice and off-topic here on Law StackExchange.
In Help Center users can read that:
The best questions are those that have specific answers;
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face.
Please don't ask questions seeking legal advice on a specific matter.
My question is, if I am not specifically asking for legal advice, because I am not, I just ask a specific question based on actual problem that I face in real life. How do I make sure I do not waste my time asking the question so it will be closed? It is time consuming to prepare a question especially when English is not my mother tongue, I also love to be efficient. Is there a way to ask question to disclaim seeking legal advice? Where is the line? Consider, that some people just want a second opinion, and some people will newer pay for legal advice as they consider themselves as self-study, have law as their hobby or just DIY everything.
I have some more law related questions, they may be found interesting by fellow businessmen and all of them are actual problems I and my business are facing right now, so it will look like I am asking for an advice, but I do ask these questions also my lawyer, lawyer friends, family, I do my own research. Both of my first experimental questions here on this site I finally answered myself after either research I have done or in second case thanks to e-mail reply from official government source. So is this also seeking legal advice and is this the kind of questions that are not welcome here?
In my personal opinion, if this site is not to become about meta-hypothetical made-up law stuff, and this community wants to gather useful and valuable information here, it must be valuable to somebody one day, take for example tech forums like Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu, Server Fault - these sites helped me so much and yes they solve real problems, from homework, real work, they give real technical advice to people in need and save users a lot of time and money, users can learn from other user's mistakes and capitalize on answers to hard questions.
It would be great, if seeking legal advice and giving it here would not be off topic and would be allowed, just let everybody agree to some disclaimer about the risks and let user take responsibility for how they use the information, same as if I accidentally delete my hard drive based on command I found on Stack Overflow, I will not blame anybody but me.