Legal Document Drafting Services

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A well-drafted legal document is essential to correctly capture the terms and conditions of both parties to the contract. A precise and clear legal draft helps to provide the legal protection needed for various reasons, be it a business agreement or any other purpose. Although all legal contracts have a certain basic format, sometimes a simple tweak to the structure is necessary to ensure that the information or terms mentioned in the legal contract are clear. 

We have a team of experienced paralegals who can efficiently and accurately draft a large number of legal contracts every day. Working with countless companies and independent clients, we have developed a deep understanding of a variety of services in the legal field. When you choose to work with us, we ensure that our legal document & contract drafting services include contractual clauses that provide complete legal protection for your business.

Legal Document Drafting Services We Offer

Appellate Briefs

The opinion or memorandum sets out the legal arguments of the parties and explains why the reviewing court should affirm or reverse the lower court’s decision based on references to precedent and relevant case law or statutory law. If it is a process or application brief, the brief argues that the court must base its decision on previous decisions by the Administrative Court. We are a premier appeals briefing service provider, with experience preparing appeals briefs for sole proprietorships and law firms including the federal and state. Services we offer include topic search, legal research, record/transcript review, and drafting. We combine the practical skills and experience of our senior research paralegals to produce high-quality appeal documents at very affordable rates and short turnaround times in all jurisdictions.

Trial Briefs

A trial brief is a formal statement submitted to a court to provide information about an individual’s position in a case and to let the judge understand the terms, arguments, and other matters. Depending on the case, you may be required to submit a brief, and in other cases, it may be advisable to prepare one. Judges can also request briefings on specific aspects of the case to ensure they fully understand the issue and are prepared to handle it properly. We provide pretrial planning services including logistics and engineering planning, equipment rental and setup, and graphic consulting for Markman hearings, mock exercises, arbitrations, mediations, settlement hearings, and other proceedings.

Legal Memorandum

A memorandum in the legal sense may refer to a comprehensive and organized document that summarizes and analyzes relevant law based on legal research to support conclusions on a particular legal issue. We are a leading provider of legal memorandum writing services. With years of expertise assisting clients with all of their legal memorandum writing needs, our team of paralegals and experts is well-equipped to handle the complexities of legal memorandum writing. Like our legal skills, our trained legal professionals have honed their organizational and writing skills by working with numerous clients over the years.

Pleadings

It is a written statement of law stating the facts for which a party to a judicial proceeding seeks relief or challenges the other party’s allegations. The summary contains the claims and counterclaims but does not contain the evidence that the litigants seek to substantiate their claims. The purpose of pleadings is to ensure that the parties have addressed the issues at hand and to prevent the amplification of those issues after the trial begins. It also helps let the parties know what they must prove in court. Our team can successfully manage the pleading process and use resources efficiently.

Complaints

Complaints relate to companies failing to meet commitments and customer expectations regarding products and services. Customer complaints highlight problems that may be related to an organization’s products, people, or internal processes, and hearing these issues directly from customers allows the organization to investigate and remedy those issues and improve the future to avoid further complaints. We have a Customer Complaint Management System that directs complaints that require further investigation for consideration by the appropriate Complaints Coordinator.

Answers and Affirmative Defenses

An affirmative defense to civil or criminal liability is any fact or set of facts not asserted by the plaintiff or prosecutor that, if proven by the defendant, invalidates the legal consequences of the defendant’s misconduct. In civil action, affirmative defenses include statutes of limitations, fraud statutes, waivers, and other affirmative defenses. We provide solutions for businesses large and small in all major industries including manufacturing, engineering, defense, distribution, transportation, finance, healthcare, banking, education, and aerospace.

Counterclaims and Replies

The main purpose of a counterclaim is to address the opposite sides of the claim and present a counterclaim. A rebuttal is when a writer refutes an argument. Thus, the author not only tries to prove his claim, but he also works to refute the counterclaim or the opposition’s claim. The defendant may counterclaim any right or claim relating to the cause of action arising from the defendant against the claim of the plaintiff.  Our team can effectively handle the document search process and make good use of the available resources.

Discovery Requests

Discovery is a pretrial process that involves gathering and disclosing documents necessary for a future case. Ensuring full disclosure of legal documents relating to the case is essential, as the absence of these documents can lead to a miscarriage of justice. Electronic Discovery or eDiscovery simplifies the process and gives paralegals quick access to all the valuable information, facts, analysis, and insights to make better judgments. We provide paper searches and eDiscovery services to local and out-of-town law firms. Our staff is capable of effectively managing the document search process and making good use of the available resources.

Motions

A motion is a written request or proposal to the court to obtain a requested order, decision, or instruction. There are many types of lawsuits, and it has become customary to file certain types of lawsuits according to the type of case. If the court approves the lawsuit (which has lower requirements for the defendant), the plaintiff cannot proceed with the case. Claims are strategically important in litigation and it is especially important to keep track of the motions available to you. Our Motion Services helps you maximize operation, extend product life, improve performance and increase energy efficiency. Our customized services and digital solutions ensure that your operations run profitably, safely, and reliably.

Petitions

A petition is a written request made in the form of a complaint, usually in court. An application can be submitted by a person, group, or organization. The plaintiff files a lawsuit against the defendant in this matter. To obtain relief in the requested matter, the applicant is requested to obtain a court order. However, the plaintiff claims damages from the defendant in his complaint. When sending a statement, the accused is entitled to receive a copy of the statement and must appear in court. In this case, the subject of the request will be brought to court and the judge will make a decision or order. Our team can successfully manage the petition process and use resources efficiently.

Interrogatories

Interrogatories are written questions one party to the lawsuit sends to another, and the defendant gives written answers under oath. If a lawsuit is filed in a personal injury case, hearings will likely come into play. Interrogatories are discovery service that allows parties to ask specific questions about a case before trial. Our paralegals help in analyzing the interrogation and will do the required questionnaire.

Arbitration, Settlement Letters

Arbitration is a procedure where, with the consent of the parties, a dispute is referred to by one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision on the dispute. By choosing arbitration, the parties are choosing a private dispute resolution process instead of going to court. We have experience in international arbitration of disputes arising from treaties, including bilateral investment treaties and multilateral treaties, and other instruments.

Why Choose Us For Legal Drafting Services?

→Personalized Experience

We have a team of experienced paralegal specialists whom you can rely on as these cases are sensitive. Businesses of all sizes that have trusted us and outsourced their paralegal services to us have grown considerably.

→Customized Plans

We have been the best at understanding the unique nature of each case and resolving them timely by catering to the specific requirements of the experts. Our team works together to provide customized plans for each project.

→Trust and Compliance Guaranteed

As a paralegal services provider, we completely understand how security and compliance are necessary for paralegal cases. Clients globally have entitled their trust in us and relied on us for their tasks to be completed on time.

→Saving Operational Cost

You can save more than 50% of your operational cost just by outsourcing your paralegal tasks to us.

→Dedicated Supervisor

We provide a skilled supervisor at no extra charge who is dedicated to a team working on your case. This ensures high-quality paralegal services to our clients.

→Smooth Onboarding Process

The important part we focus on from the first inquiry is to avoid the delay of the tasks and ensure smooth onboarding. From the first handshake, the requirements of the client are handled professionally by the team and executed promptly.

→No Setup cost

Unlike the other outsourcing businesses, we can help you cut the initial setup cost to have your case resolved and ensure quality simultaneously. This would save clients costs by more than 50% percent from the standard market price.

→Flexible Time zones

Our team of paralegals works with the client’s time zone in flexible hours so work is not delayed and completed on time ensuring quality and efficiency at the same time.

Outsourcing Legal Drafting Services for US Law Firms

We provide legal drafting services to USA law firms. If you require legal drafting services in New York, Texas, California, San Francisco, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Chicago, Houston, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Oregon, Nevada, San Jose, Dallas, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Boston, Portland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Phoenix, Arizona, San Antonio, San Diego or other parts of the US or any other state in the USA, you can outsource the service for your business with us.

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