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We are the lowest cost and the largest paralegal service in the nation specializing in the researching and writing of appellate briefs and petitions for writs of habeas corpus, mandamus and certiorari in all US federal and state courts. We serve attorney supervised pro se appellants and attorneys. We are a proud PayPal verified US business and transact all our financial transactions through PayPal which accepts all credit and debit cards.
We deliver printer ready briefs to our clients in as fast as 48 hours. Our services consist of legal research, writing and formatting appellate briefs for all appellate courts including writ petitions to the US Supreme Court. We utilize Lexis/Nexis and Westlaw as our research services. We are also a subscriber to Pacer.
Our services to our clients commence with the submission to us of the judgment which is the subject of the appeal, the appellate points to be argued and the lower court record. We will ask for the date which the printer ready brief should be delivered. We recommend that this should be in advance of the date needed to submit the brief to the appellate printer, if applicable. In the alternative, this date should be in advance of the time needed to serve and file the brief. We format the brief in court required font size, double spaced, one inch margin throughout. We will also research the appellate court's formatting requirements for the brief cover page color, font, binding and number of copies of the brief to be served and filed.
We want your business. For this reason, our fees are always negotiable to accommodate your personal budget. Appeals Paralegal provides full paralegal services to supervised individuals, businesses and to attorneys. Appeals Paralegal is not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney.
WE RESEARCH, WRITE AND DELIVER PRINTER READY APPELLATE BRIEFS IN AS LOW AS 48 HOURS. WE HAVE WRITTEN BRIEFS FOR APPEALS IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS OF THE LAW:
White Collar Crimes
Discrimination and Human Rights Violations
Bankruptcy Court Chapter 7, 11 and 13
Trusts and Estates