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Common Legal Support Services Terms

An important part of using legal support services is understanding the services provided by different professional legal assistants. Although there is no licensing criteria for legal support specialists in most states, and several professional associations, like the National Association of Legal Assistants, offer certification exams and registration. Below are five terms to be familiar with when using legal assistance services.

  • Paralegal - A professional who assists lawyers with legal work. A paralegal does things like legal research and writing, fact checking, and completing paperwork. Paralegals work under the supervision of a lawyer, who is responsible for their work, and often specialize in a particular area of the law.
  • Law Clerk - A legal professional who completes research and assists a judge in writing court opinions. The term law clerk may also be used to refer to an individual who works on behalf of a lawyer or law firm. A clerk that works for a lawyer may do things like file legal documents with the court, run errands, or tasks similar to a paralegal.
  • Legal Secretary - An individual who supports a lawyer or law firm and may be responsible for a variety of tasks. Depending on the needs of a law office, a legal secretary may manage the law office or handle tasks similar to those of a law clerk.
  • Legal Billing Specialist - A professional who prepares statements for clients of a lawyer or law firm indicating what services have been rendered and what balance is owed.
  • Document Preparation Assistant - An individual who offers guidance to clients about preparing legal documents. A document preparation assistant is not a lawyer and cannot draft a legal document on behalf of a client, but he or she can assist a client in completing legal instruments.
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    National Federation of Paralegal Associations
    Edmonds, WA 98020
    If you're looking for assistance from a legal expert in your area, find one through our nationwide association of professionals. Dedicated to helping customers find the services they're looking for.
     
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    Atlanta Paralegal
    255 Honeysuckle Circle #1004, Lawrenceville, GA 30045
    Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions for attorneys & clients nationwide. Experienced & reliable we consistently exceed client expectations with our experience, reliability, & professionalism. We provide Document preparation, divorce filings, Answers to Complaints, & more.
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    (678) 967-4720
     
    User Review: "Does not follow through and is deceptive when confronted about this. Then refuses to answer or return calls." - john (CO)
    Georgia Paralegal Services Inc
    1554 Graves Road, Norcross, GA 30093
    Professional process server and attorney support, as well as loan modification. We help with bankruptcy petition preparer (non-attorney), tax preparation, reverse mortgages & home loans.
    (770) 696-4024
    Baxter Nesmith & Fleming LLC
    Northside Tower 6065 Roswell Rd., Suite 222, Atlanta, GA 30328
    At Baxter Nesmith & Fleming, LLC., we have experienced attorneys who are able to help you break free from the overwhelming debt that you may be experiencing.
    (404) 809-3423
    Russian Legal PRO
    97 Gloster Mill Way, Lawrenceville, GA 30044
    (678) 719-1680
    IJB Enterprises, LLC
    4360 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA 30341
    (678) 717-8332
    Litigation Presentation Inc
    3300 Northeast Expy Ne, Atlanta, GA 30341
    (770) 451-1122
    The Carlile Group, LLC
    3426 Keswick Dr, Atlanta, GA 30341
    (763) 923-5846
    National Center for Paralegal Training
    5375 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA 30338
    (770) 730-8553
    International Paralegal Management Association
    314 Somerlane Pl, Avondale Estates, GA 30002
    (404) 292-4762
    Vital Signs & Graphics
    5145 Shiloh Rd Ste 113, Cumming, GA 30040
    (770) 889-4005
    Cedar Document Technologies
    1 Ravinia Dr Ste 200, Atlanta, GA 30346
    (770) 804-0713
    Legal Services
    165 Dekalb Industrial Way Ste B, Decatur, GA 30030
    (404) 377-7441
    Lien Research
    6160 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, GA 30328
    (770) 350-5070
    Trialgraphix
    3520 Piedmont Rd Ne Ste 360, Atlanta, GA 30305
    (404) 467-9290
    Naomi LeBlanc
    1280 W Peachtree St Nw, Atlanta, GA 30309
    (678) 235-2472


    Paralegals are sometimes called legal secretaries. However, they have more responsibility than the average secretary. They act as assistants to lawyers, handling the easy and routine work so as to free the attorney's time to deal with more complicated matters. As such, they have significant legal training, although nowhere near as much as a fully trained lawyer. A paralegal may be in the courtroom, acting as a clerk and organizing documents for the lawyer. Much of their work is done by computers, but library research is also important. Corporate paralegals may handle much of the work of the legal department. They know the law and have their own professional associations. Bar associations may also have a section for paralegals. There are also specific guidelines of ethics that apply to paralegals. Lawyers are expected to provide guidance to their paralegals in ethical and procedural areas. Paralegals perform varied work and assignments. As assistants to lawyers, they prepare documents. They follow court procedures and support litigation. Although a paralegal is obliged to act as a secretary and handle routine matters, they have considerable leeway to investigate and research. Entry level positions are often referred to as paralegal clerks, and they handle very basic matters. Large firms may have a paralegal manager, who supervises paralegals, clerks and possibly other assistants such as receptionists. Most paralegals work for law firms or corporate departments. Some work for the government, either Federal or local. All fill an important role in supporting the judicial system by allowing law firms to perform their jobs more efficiently.
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