Legal Assistance Guardianship & Conservatorship
Pursuing a legal guardianship or conservatorship for a minor child or adult will require legal assistance from an attorney to prepare documents.
Guardianships or conservatorships are generally pursued when a person can no longer make or communicate safe or sound decisions about his/her person and/or property.
As a U.S. Legal Services member, we will provide you with access to the attorneys, tools, and information needed to help you complete the guardianship / conservatorship process from start to finish.
What Is Group Legal?
Group legal benefits is sometimes referred to as legal insurance, legal benefits, group legal services insurance, voluntary legal benefits, or prepaid legal insurance.
No matter the term, they all deliver the same thing—access to legal help. With U.S. Legal Services, that legal help is affordable, reliable, and there when you need it most.
About U.S. Legal Services
Established nearly 50 years ago, we have supported thousands of individuals and employers with their legal needs.
Offering our members access to a network of more than 10,000 highly qualified attorneys, a myriad of templated legal forms, complementary financial guidance, and more, we are confident we can provide you with the exact resources and coverage required to solve all of your legal needs.
Group Legal Plans For Employers
As an employer, retaining a committed and dedicated workforce is what keeps you at the cutting edge of your industry.
Offering group legal benefits to your employees at no additional cost to you adds to the peace of mind of your employees.
It is impossible to know when a legal matter may unexpectedly arise, however, by offering a group legal package, you can reduce employee stress and financial strain and provide a low-cost option to manage legal and financial needs resulting in decreased turnover and increased productivity.
Learn more about U.S. Legal’s group legal plans and how we can help by submitting a request form or giving us a call at 1-800-356-LAWS(5297).