What is a Paralegal?

Paralegals assist attorneys in almost every phase of the law. We draft court motions, summarize reports of legal precedent, draft filings can help lighten a lawyer’s load tremendously. Paralegals may specialize in criminal, corporate, immigration and family law. Paralegals are also known as legal assistants. Some paralegals have a very high degree of responsibility while others are restricted to narrower roles. Paralegals can work independently, at law firms, government agencies and legal departments at corporations. The best paralegals are team players and our staff is always on your team!

South Florida Paralegals

Florida paralegals are covered under regulations contained in Chapter 20 of the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar, a code of professional ethics.
A paralegal is a person with the education, experience and skills to perform legal tasks under the supervision of an attorney. A paralegal is not licensed to practice law and cannot give legal advice. The supervising attorney is responsible for the quality of the work paralegals produce and any adverse consequences. These regulations apply to all paralegals, registered or unregistered.

About the company

We are a dedicated team experienced Paralegals and Legal Assistants that work for the general public as well as for lawyers needing additional assistance.

We are standing by to help you with all your legal needs. Generally we can save the average person money on all their legal work. We also work for some law firms that need to outsource their paralegal tasks. For some complex cases we can refer you to an appropriate, reputable licensed attorney.

All of us at ParaLegal.team are ready to be your legal team!

If you are a qualified paralegal seeking employment please contact us as we are always seeking great team members that can help our clients.