Managing a law practice requires hard work, dedication and long hours. If you’re a solo practitioner or a partner in a growing firm, you may be dedicating too much time to issues that can be handled by a skilled support team.
Equivity gives you the opportunity to work one-on-one with an experienced, US-based, college-educated paralegal or legal secretary. Your assistant works with you over time, learning the ins and outs of your practice and how you like your matters handled.
Our virtual paralegals and legal secretaries are experienced in a wide variety of specialties including litigation, family law, personal injury, corporate, criminal, estate planning and much more. Delegate your administrative projects to your Equivity virtual paralegal or legal secretary so you can refocus on growing your practice.
YOUR VIRTUAL PARALEGAL OR LEGAL SECRETARY CAN ASSIST YOU WITH:
- Document production
- Managing case files
- Document proofing and cite checking
- Medical record summaries
- PowerPoint presentations
- Real estate closings
- Drafting and redlining contracts
- Client communications
- Preparing exhibits
- Litigation calendar management
- Deposition transcript digests
- Trial preparation
- Preparing pleadings
- Corporate formation
- Preparing corporate governance documents
- Preparing correspondence
- Preparing discovery requests
- Billing and invoicing
- Travel booking
- Administrative and secretarial work
- Tracking contracts
- Database management
"Equivity has been a wonderful asset to our firm's growing practice. They identified a virtual paralegal perfect for our unique needs. They've also provided additional back-up assistants on demand so we're never left without coverage and their customer service is excellent. I highly recommend Equivity!"
Gina Dizzia, Partner, Cowart Dizzia, LLP
Meet Julia, Paralegal Superstar.
Julia joined Equivity in early 2016. An experienced legal professional, Julia has worked as a legal assistant for the US Attorney's Office, legal secretary for two law firms and as a paralegal for the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization offering programs and services for wounded US military veterans.
Julia spent her childhood years in Southern California, moved to Nevada and eventually ended up in Montana, where she earned her degree in Microbiology with a minor in English from Montana State University – Bozeman. She and her family now live in Florida.
Virtual Paralegal Plans and Pricing
Our paralegal services are only available to licensed attorneys.