Law Firm Services
Attorneys frequently need help managing the heavy caseloads and tight deadlines of law practice, but don’t have the right paralegal or administrative support to assist them.
Equivity helps busy attorneys by offering virtual paralegals and legal secretaries based in the United States that have years of expertise supporting attorneys in a variety of practice areas. Whether you have a high-volume practice and need help gathering and processing client information, or you handle complex litigation that requires specialized expertise, our experienced paralegals can help. Do you need a legal support team? No problem. We can put together a team of paralegals, legal secretaries, or both to help your firm with one-time projects or as a long-term outsourced legal support solution.
All virtual paralegals are Equivity employees, not independent contractors, providing you with the accountability, privacy and security assurances that come with a dedicated employee, while avoiding payroll, workers’ compensation, benefits and recruiting costs.
Our paralegal packages are flexible and adaptable to the needs of your practice. We offer a wide range of scalable plans so that you can increase or decrease your hours as the need arises.
Virtual paralegal assistant Plans and Pricing
Need a customized plan, a virtual assistant team, or want to include virtual receptionist services? Contact Us
* Corporate paralegal services subject to special pricing
Comprehensive support for all bankruptcy proceedings.
Corporate legal support for business formations, contracts and governance.
Assistance for each step of the client relationship.
Preparation of immigration petitions and applications.
Law Firm Marketing
Increase visibility, enhance your image, and attract more clients.
Litigation project management for all stages of the litigation lifecycle.
Comprehensive pre-litigation and litigation support.
On-demand support for transactions, closings and leases.
Trusts & Estates
Full-service support for estate planning and probate.
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