Paralegal specialist services will be tailored to your needs.
- Draft Pleadings
- Trial Preparation
- Witness Preparation
- Legal Research
- Interpreters Spanish/English
- Client Relation and Case Management
Our Paralegal has over twenty years of experience in drafting pleadings, conducting legal research, electronic filing in both state and federal courts as well as extensive court appearances in eastern Pennsylvania. We can assist with trial preparation, during trial and after. Assist with interviewing a Spanish-speaking client and translate, assist preparing your client for trial as well as client relation and case management. Let us follow up with your clients to receive feedback and boost future contacts and referrals.
Real Estate Services
Our Real Estate team members have over thirty years of combined experience in buying and selling properties as well as management of commericial properties. Paired with our legal expertise we are uniquely qualified to help you with whatever your real estate needs may be.
Criminal and Civil Private Attorneys
Our Company has contracted with private attorneys to offer affordable professional legal services. If you need assistance with a legal matter, our staff can assist in finding the right attorney to handle your case and work with them to better serve you.
Interpreters convert spoken and written Spanish to English and vice versa. There are more than 350 languages spoken in the United States. According to the 2016 American Community Survey, a project of the US Census Bureau, Spanish is the most popular non-English language spoken in the US (40.5 million).
We can currently help attorneys with Spanish speaking clients and will soon be certified with courtroom interpreting in both Pennsylvania and New York.
Assistance with Family Petitions (Form I-130), Green Card Applications (Form I-485) and Citizenship Applications N-400.
If you need advice, be sure you’re getting it from the people authorized by the U.S. government to help you.
An accredited representative from the list kept by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) can help you.
Getting help from someone who’s not qualified to give you legal advice – like a notario – can be worse than not getting any help. Sometimes, even advice from a friend who means well can hurt your immigration status. We are currently in the process of becoming Accredited Representatives but can still guide you through getting assistance. Give us a call.