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Virtual Paralegal Services are on a Rise

Firms and corporate businesses across the United States have been experiencing significant increases from office space to salaries on the rise and everything in between.  Here at SPS we are seeing an increase in demand to utilize our virtual paralegal services so firms can lower their operating costs and retain more profits without decreasing the amount of work that needs to get done.  In most firms today, there are fewer hands to do the job to accomplished certain tasks, especially when it comes to document review.  Because of the rapidly increasing costs, most firms are not in a position to add additional employees to their payroll and incur all taxes and benefits for each employee.  Here at Studebaker Paralegal Services ("SPS") we offer you the quality of work your firm is accustom to at a significant cost of hiring staff.


We are available to accommodate any  urgent requests for paralegal services and after-hours needs.

We are available to accommodate any urgent requests for paralegal services and after-hours needs.

BENEFITS OF A VIRTUAL PARALEGAL

How Utilizing a Virtual Paralegal Will Benefit You

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All firms strive for a busy case load, but one they can manage.  Why turn away a client when SPS can help you with all your paralegal needs.  When using our services, you will find:


  • you will have more time to focus on pressing matters;
  • we can help you manage a heavy caseload;
  • we will assist your paralegal(s) on an as-needed basis or on-going; 
  • we can provide your firm with paralegal support during your paralegal's absence;
  • we have the flexibility to provided your firm with as much help as you need;
  • the quality of your family time will increase; and
  • you will rest better at night knowing you have our full support.

When to Consider Using Virtual Paralegal Services

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When is the time to take full advantage and outsource your paralegal needs to SPS:

 

  • when hiring an employee isn't an option or doesn't make sense;
  • you do not expect the need for additional support to last indefinitely;
  • your caseload has increased;
  • you are faced with extensive document review;
  • delegating particular tasks to SPS so you can focus on other pressing issues; 
  • trial assistance when you need it;
  • available when you need the help;
  • last minute help; 
  • and the list goes on.

Why a Virtual Paralegal is Cost Effective With SPS

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Solo practitioners to large size law firms have all been faced with the rising costs of hiring and operating a law firm, not to mention the needs of the firm changing.  This can be challenging.  When utilizing SPS's virtual paralegals services, you eliminate the employer and employee relationship.   Therefore, eliminating and/or reducing your overhead expenses and high costs of paying for employee benefits.  Some of the benefits our clients have seen, include: 


  • extra office space;
  • office equipment;
  • employee benefits;

  1. insurance for health; dental and vision;
  2. paying for vacation time; sick days; holiday pay; 
  3. continuing leal education; and 
  4. paralegal memberships.

  • unemployment costs;
  • worker's compensation;
  • continuing education for employees; and more. 

We are Just Down the Hall

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When utilizing SPS's virtual paralegal services, you will feel we are just down the hall.


Our commitment to you: 

Accessible at all times.  

Accommodate your needs.

Available when you need us.

Affordability you can count on.


Paralegal services you can rely on - all the time.

Experience in Various Areas

We  offer a wide range of paralegal services in various areas of law from personal injury cases to commercial and complex litigation cases throughout the United States. 


Ms. Studebaker's is our lead national senior litigation paralegal with over 20 years of experience.  Her true passion and expertise are in commercial and complex litigation.  Here at SPS, you will find we enjoy the many aspects of our work from the initial stages of a case through the heavy litigation process; summaries of depositions and more; reviewing documents; assisting with propounding and responding to discovery; working with experts and of course, trial preparation and attending.