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Paralegals have an essential role in the legal system. The trend of using paralegals is slowly growing. Paralegals can often accomplish legal tasks which can also be done by lawyers. They can run their tasks smoothly under the supervision of a senior lawyer. These days paralegals are delivering their services all across the world. At Abid Nizami Law Associates, we have the best team of senior-level paralegals that can give legal services to law firms and organizations. Our experienced and affordable team can assist you with your needs. We can help you to work overseas smoothly. We have the highest legal certificates and years of experience in making success stories. We build flexible business models that can allow easy access to our professional team.

Paralegal Services


Case Planning

Our paralegal experts help you to plan your case efficiently by doing a detailed study of the case.

Drafting Correspondence

We can help you in drafting your correspondence that is beneficial for the goodwill of your company.

Legal Research

Our qualified paralegal experts can provide you with data related to your case through research.


We can do fact-checking for you and give you detailed information so that you can focus on your case.

Drafting Pleadings

We can also draft your pleading to make your case clear in front of the judge.

Separation Agreement & Divorce Decrees

Our paralegals can help you to draft separation or divorce decrees according to your terms and conditions.

Client Contacting & Conferencing

We can contact the clients on your behalf and make appointments.

Analyzing Documents

Our paralegal experts can help you with a detailed analysis of your documents.

Assistance at Trials

Our paralegal assistant can help you in your trials by providing their services.

Locating & Interviewing Witnesses

We can help you to locate and interview the witness through our criminal paralegals.
Paralegal experts are beneficial for your team. They can enhance the efficiency and productivity of your work. Although paralegals are not licensed attorneys they have educational training or work experience to provide litigation paralegal services. We can provide all types of paralegal services.
Why you should choose us:

High Success Rate

Our paralegal experts try their best to assist you with all the legal needs that can increase your success rate.

Cost Efficiency

Our team is comprised of senior-level paralegals and they can provide their services within your budget.

Client’s Satisfaction

Our paralegals can contact anytime with your clients and answer their queries that increasing the clients’ satisfaction.

24/7 Availability

Our paralegal team is available 24/7 to help you with any query.
Paralegal outsourcing can be very beneficial for all types of law firms. It can be the best option for smaller firms. Hiring new employees for your firm and giving a paralegal salary and other employee benefits can be expensive. We can provide the best paralegal services. Our team has the experience of working with different clients (National & International). We are serving globally and can also help you to expand your business without any hurdle. We have the necessary knowledge and resources to take action regarding your legal need. If you are looking for the best option for your legal needs, we are a perfect choice. Contact us now!


What is a Paralegal/ Who is a paralegal?
A paralegal is a person who is qualified by education, training, or work experience. Paralegals are hired by an attorney, law firm, government agency, or any other legal entity, and complete specifically substantive legal tasks which can be done by a lawyer. They can work smoothly under the supervision of a senior lawyer.
What duties does a paralegal perform?
A paralegal can do various substantive and procedural legal tasks under proper supervision. A paralegal can perform the following tasks:
  • Interviewing Clients
  • Drafting Legal Documents
  • Drafting Correspondence
  • Conducting Legal Research
  • Maintaining Client Files
  • Locating & Interviewing Witnesses
Who hires paralegals?
Companies hire Paralegals for legal assistance. Paralegals can be hired by the following sources:
  • Law firms
  • Corporations with legal departments
  • Government offices
  • Paralegal companies
  • Hospitals
Why would I use a paralegal instead of a lawyer?
Paralegals can get the license to work in a short time and their services aren’t expensive. They provide legal services at a low-priced cost than a licensed lawyer. Of course, there are some services that even senior-level paralegals can’t provide. You can hire a paralegal for simple legal services.
How much does a paralegal earn?
A paralegal can get high ranks as they gain insight throughout the years and retire while earning a considerable sum of money. The rate that a paralegal can charge each hour is largely determined by the location where they work, their qualification level, and their experience. On average, a newbie paralegal can earn $41,000 a year, working 36- hour per week.
What is a Virtual Paralegal?
A virtual paralegal works off-site as a freelance paralegal and is hired on an as- needed basis by lawyers or other organizations. They can work just the same as traditionally hired paralegals.
Can a paralegal represent and prepare documents for the public?
No, paralegals can’t represent or prepare documents for the general public on their own. Attorneys remain accountable for legal work assigned to paralegals. They need to work under the supervision of attorneys.
How is hiring a Virtual Paralegal or Assistant cost-effective?
You can save money by hiring a virtual paralegal because you don’t need to pay a monthly salary or other employment benefits. You will only pay for the services.
What are the professional associations for the paralegal profession?
Following are the professional associations for the paralegal profession:
  • The National Association of Legal Assistants
  • The American Bar Association
  • The National Federation of Paralegal Associations
  • The National Paralegal Association
  • Local Associations
What can a paralegal not do?
A paralegal is prohibited to practice law under any conditions. They are not allowed to represent clients in court and provide legal advice or service to the general public. They need to follow the laws of their country regarding paralegal duties.
How do I become a paralegal?
You can become a paralegal by following this general process:
  • Get your paralegal degree and fulfill education requirements
  • Build up your experience working with a practicing lawyer
  • Earn your paralegal certification
  • Get optional national certification
What degree does a paralegal need?
You need to have an associate degree in paralegal studies to work as a paralegal. However, for many law firms, the minimum education level for the post is a bachelor’s degree. The bachelor’s degree doesn’t have to be in paralegal studies. You can get a certificate in paralegal studies after your bachelor’s degree.
What is a paralegal certificate?
you can get a paralegal certificate after completing a high school diploma or GED. You don’t need any kind of paralegal degree. It is different from a professional paralegal certification. For professional certification, you need to have extensive relevant experience, degree, and pass the exam.
Is professional certification a valuable addition to my paralegal education?
Professional certification is the perfect way to show your competence to companies and clients and to stand out from your competition.
How do you become a certified paralegal?
To get your paralegal certification, you need to pass a certification exam through one of the three national paralegal organizations:
NALA: The Paralegal Association
  • Certified Paralegal (CP) program
  • Advanced Certified Paralegal (ACP)
NFPA: National Federation of Paralegal Associations
  • Certified Registered Paralegal (CRP)
  • Registered Paralegal (RP)
NALS: The Association for Legal Professionals
  • Professional Paralegal (PP)
  • NALS Specialty Certificate
Is a paralegal a lawyer?
No, but a paralegal can perform some legal tasks under proper supervision.