DAWSON PARALEGAL SERVICES AND FEE COMPARISONS

FEES & SERVICES

Dawson Paralegal services provides an affordable alternative for many common legal procedures including bankruptcy filings.

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Dawson Paralegal Provides A Less Expensive Alternative

Why pay more for the same services?

Specializing in legal form preparation services.  Dawson Paralegal Services paralegals have years of experience that ensures your forms are prepared accurately the first time!  Contact us today!

Service

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Family Law

Parenting Plan Petitions

Child Support Petitions

Modification of Child Support or Parenting Plans

Dissolution of Marriage

Dawson Paralegal

$400

$1,000

$600**

$500**

$500**

$600**

Average Lawyer Cost

 

$1,400

$2,000*

$3,000

$2,000

$2,500

$3,000

*average pre-petition attorney fees | **starting from

Specializing in legal form preparation services.  Dawson Paralegal Services paralegals have years of experience that ensures your forms are prepared accurately the first time!  Contact us today!

Dawson Paralegal Services specializes in:

  • Assisting individuals and couples in completing often complex legal forms
  • Our experts have years of experience and hundreds of satisfied customers!
  • Affordable prices, why go anywhere else!

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Dawson Paralegal Services has been assisting individuals and couples for many years. With hundreds of satisfied customers, outstanding customer service, local office, and community support, Dawson Paralegal Services is the perfect choice!

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It is important to note the distinction between a paralegal and an attorney. Paralegals are able to assist in the creation of various legal documents, drafting for different processes, and act in several other vital support roles, but they are not able to provide legal advice. State law requires that all paralegals refrain from offering counsel, advice, and guidance on legal matters. Should you wish to engage someone for those services, you should contact an attorney-at-law.