legal services


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legal services

A generic term for services in the UK which provide the information, advice and legal help by solicitors and others in the legal profession.

Examples, free legal services
Citizens Advice Bureau (locally); Legal Services Commission (nationally).
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As I complete my sixth year of service on the committee, and my second and final year serving as chair of the Prepaid Legal Services Committee, I genuinely thank all members of our committee for their service and involvement.
He also announced the appointment of the Task Force to Expand Access to Civil Legal Services in New York, to be chaired by Helaine M.
Central College is the largest provider of the HN Legal Services course in Scotland and is the only college in the country to deliver the HNC Legal Services course through distance learning.
We produce a leaflet called Veterans: Rights for former servicemen and women and their families, which is part of a series of legal information leaflets produced by Community Legal Service Direct, designed to ensure that people know their rights.
Three Rivers Legal Services in Gainesville, $1,614,127.
ran in Glen/Bur edition only) Office manager Laurene Harrison and maintenance worker Rolando Illanes walk through the Glendale Neighborhood Legal Services office on Wednesday.
Unfortunately, restrictions in the law effectively prevents the joint enterprise system from fostering fully integrated legal services.
Among them was lawyers' use of the Internet to facilitate communication with their clients in ways that give clients greater control over the timing, relevance and cost of legal services.
As such, the IRS and Treasury chose to propose a broad definition of legal services that includes any services performed by or under the supervision of an attorney.
Benefits may include a pre-selected, pre-qualified law firm or legal provider, representation in selected court matters, and reduced fees for other legal services.
Since President Richard Nixon signed the bill creating legal services in 1974, Congress has appropriated several hundred million dollars a year to the Legal Services Corporation.
The cumulative effect of those decisions, especially when pushed by the Legal Services Corporation, was to create an enormous, legally complex welfare system prone to litigation over every procedural or policy dispute.

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