In May of 2012, I started Professional Paralegal Services as a way to provide more affordable legal and business services to people in my community, including women and minority owned disadvantaged organizations. After working for medium/large law firms and accountants, I realized there was a large group of underserved people. I support all types of veterans, women, Black, and business of people of color. Even look here for details for a list of Black or Latino owned businesses.
Professional Paralegal Services, LLC is an independent contractor paralegal service. The company is engaged in the production of documents and other legal research for attorneys licensed to practice in the State of Wisconsin and State of Illinois. The company is dedicated to providing the highest quality workmanship, meeting with agreed deadlines and executing custom work exactly in accordance with attorneys preferences. We understand our clients have a tremendous responsibility as they represent the reputation of their practice to the final consumer. Our paralegals have a vast array of experience and on the job training in many areas of law.
I wanted to provide a “middle of the road” solution to those people. Although I have a need to make a living myself, this was my way of also being able to help others who may not be able to afford or qualify for help from other organizations. I offer assistance with business start-ups, legal matters, bookkeeping, business consulting, and administrative support to individuals, small businesses, and sole-practitioner attorneys. We operate out of leased office space downtown.
I started this business over 9 years ago with no loans or grants. I felt it was important to invest in myself if I was going to be truly successful. I have worked in the legal, financial, and business fields for over 14 years. I provide other small businesses with affordable legal, financial, and business consulting services. My success has allowed me to provide 100+ hours annually of pro-bono legal services to those who often fall through the cracks or cannot afford help from other organizations. My success has allowed me to help many underserved people in my community.