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In The Press

What is a paralegal and when should you use one in your business use one?

In this article on the Business Crowd, NALP's CEO Amanda Hamilton discusses the role of a Paralegal and when it makes business sense to use one instead of a Solicitor.

So when might you use the services of a paralegal?

  1. If someone takes you to court claiming that you allegedly owe them money and you need to defend yourself
  2. If you need to take someone to court and need assistance with regard to the process
  3. If you have been arrested for a minor criminal offense and need representation. Many paralegals are what is known as ‘Police Station Accredited’ and that means that they can be called out to assist you at a police station
  4. If you need assistance in a Matrimonial matter
  5. If you wish to take action against your employer through a Tribunal
  6. To assist you in writing a Will or to obtain a Lasting Power of Attorney in respect of a relative
  7. To assist you in a housing matter
  8. To assist you with any welfare matter

Read the full article here