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It's All About the Questions

Mar 22, 2018

Legal help can be expensive yet it can be critical to your business and life success. We all are familiar with attorneys yet few are aware of another level of legal expertise known as a paralegal.

In business you need contracts, NDAs, policy and procedure documents, Terms of Use and Privacy Policies, leases and more. You can try to do them on your own but what will you miss? And how much will it cost you down the road if you forgot to dot an i or cross a t?

What about in your personal life? Divorces, wills, trusts, buying or selling a home, loans, mortgages and more. We all want to trust that things will be handled amicably but how often do they?

Spending some money upfront can often save you bundles of money, time and grief on the other end.

How do you know if you need an attorney or a paralegal? Do you even know the difference?

Enter my guest. She has had her own paralegal company for over eight years after closing her mortgage brokerage company. Cricket shares the three things you can do to avoid/minimize probate and a few other things as well.

Attorneys are important but sometimes a good paralegal can provide the services you need at a fraction of the price.

Cricket McMillin is the Founder of Paralegal Temps and the author of the book Paralegal Services: Your first line of defense and affordability is to contact a Paralegal available on Amazon or free if you email her and mention this show.