Sometimes You Need a Lawyer, But When You Don't, I'm Here to Help
My objective is to help you obtain the finest, most efficient and most accurate document preparation services and/or process services at reasonable prices. You make all the decisions, I do all the paperwork. Information processing also done, when you just need that all important information, but don't know where to look or have the time and/or researches to do it yourself.
Independent Paralegal Defined
An Independent Paralegal, sometimes referred to as a Virtual Paralegal, is a paralegal who works as a freelance contractor providing substantive legal support to attorneys, law firms, corporations, governmental agencies, or private individuals on an as-needed basis. Depending on the attorney's or individual's need, a freelance paralegal may provide paralegal support services occasionally - only when the need arises, or regularly - providing daily or weekly support. As freelance contractors, independent paralegals are business owners providing paralegal support services to attorney's and individuals who have contracted with them for support. These support services are generally provided from the freelance paralegal's office or place of business, although some freelance paralegals do occasionally provide on-site support to their local clients.
What Does a Process Server Do
Process serves are needed in an assortment of tasks such as filing court papers, serving legal documents and document retrieval. Their principal job is to deliver or "serve" legal documents to a defendant or person involved in a court case. After serving any legal documents, process servers have to deliver actual evidence that the legal papers were served. The verification that is offered is referred to as an affidavit of service or proof of service, which must be notarized and given to the individual or company who required the papers to be served. Process servers are legally required to serve papers in the correct manner laid out by their state. Process serving laws differ by state, so each individual process server may have a distinctive way of carrying out things.