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If you are an individual in need of some affordable and professional legal assistance, our paralegal team, under the direction of one of our bar licensed, supervising attorneys, can assist you with the preparation of your pro se (Latin- pronounced say) or pro per legal paperwork. Pro se and pro per are legal Latin terms for self-representation. By largely representing yourself and using the correct forms, one can save a great deal of money on the overall cost of the litigation (such as a divorce) or the business set up process and still get the same legal outcome as if you had retained a professional attorney. We can assist you with the preparation of of any court or business set up document. All of our legal team members (to include the attorneys) work at a reduced rate and one does not have to fill out any qualifying paperwork to be able to receive discounted attorney and paralegal services.
Should you need an attorney to step in for any one or even several court hearings, any one of our supervising attorneys is willing to do so under a Limited Notice of Appearance for a reasonable, pre-paid, courtroom appearance fee. You can also select an attorney of your own choosing. Should your case appear as if it is going to go to trial, you can transition to a full service retainer agreement with any one of our supervising attorneys or with an attorney of your own choosing.
By using us to prepare the bulk of your paperwork, you will save a great deal of money overall. To learn more about us, how we work and our efforts to provide more affordable legal services to the members of our nationwide community, please see our website at www.prosaylegalservices.com or, better yet, give us a call on our main phone at (801)696-9905. We look forward to assisting you!
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