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Legal Services In Pomona

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Legal Services

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Business Listing   Attorney Alternative - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-5552

Business Listing   Document Preparation Service Inc - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-3390

Business Listing   Estrada Professional - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 620-7771

Business Listing   Estrada Professional Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 460-0590

Business Listing   Global Executive Protection Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 868-6782

Business Listing   Immigration & Tax Service - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 469-9150

Business Listing   K.J. & L. Paralegal Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 865-2800

Business Listing   Legal Resource - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 629-2995

Business Listing   Liberty Legal Center - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 629-6172

Business Listing   PanaCentral Insurance & Travel Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 620-5200

Business Listing   Paris Eric D. Law Office of - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 469-5127

Business Listing   Park Avenue Deposition Service - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-1545

Business Listing   Pre-Paid Legal Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 622-0105

Business Listing   Pre-Paid Legal Services. Inc. - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 868-9636

Business Listing   Ramirez Consulting Firm - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 623-8852

Business Listing   United Multibusiness & Professional Services Asscts - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 868-9050

Business Listing   Zamora Services - Pomona, CA - Phone: (909) 524-4000

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Helpful Definition for: Legal Services

Legal services in Pomona are defined as services provided by lawyers to individuals or the general public in regards to law. These services include providing legal opinions, filing of cases, defending of clients, etc. These services are, in most cases,fee based.

The responsibilities of a lawyer are to represent the client in the court of law and ensure that full efforts are made to assist the client in getting justice. Legal services are ensured by the country or state to the individuals who are unable to avail legal systems. Legal services have always tried to protect the cultural, social and economic rights of an individual.

Legal services in Pomona assist an individual to overcome legal disputes. In the process of legal services being provided, the client has the right to be counseled. In today's corporate world and for the smooth running of business, guidance in regards to business law is also very essential, hence legal services are also provided to make people aware of these laws to avoid any compliance issues. Besides lawyers, there are other people who are also involved in facilitating legal services. They are called legal'Transcriptionists'. Their basic work is to take down the dictation from the lawyers and transcribe them into official documents.

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