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Cost of legal services prevents many employees from seeking professional legal assistance.


Posted by Schmigel, Brittany at Tuesday, 12/18/2012 4:48 pm
 
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Although the economy is showing signs of improvement, many people continue to struggle with financial matters exacerbated by The Great Recession, such as foreclosure, debt and bankruptcy. These types of financial issues often have legal ramifications; therefore legal counseling is highly advisable. However, many people are hesitant to engage an attorney due to general unfamiliarity and the high hourly fees charged by many. Read more about legal service plans and how they can improve employees’ quality of life and enhance your organization’s employee benefits package.



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