Group legal plans will offer a variety of pre-paid legal services to their memberships. Some of these benefits are significant, such as writing simple wills or helping with consumer protection issues. Other services might seem small but are just as crucial for plan members. The review of legal documents is one.
There Is a Mystery in the Paragraphs
Society is governed by pieces of paper that are easily misunderstood by the average person. Legal documents have a language that is not often used on the street, and misinterpretations have serious consequences.
The coronavirus pandemic is prompting some landlords to offer new lease agreements to their tenants. New conditions might be inserted into those papers, and these might not always be to the advantage of the tenant. Wills that were written years ago might have some problems that only a professional would be able to notice.
To prevent a misunderstanding from becoming a tragedy, a group legal plan needs to have highly professional attorneys working for the plan members’ benefit. Countrywide Pre-Paid Legal Services is dedicated to offering highly skilled advice from legal experts to help with document review.
Relying on a Network
Countrywide has a nationwide network of attorneys who will provide superior pre-paid legal services. We have an attorney practicing in every community where a client organization does business. It is easy to arrange for a meeting with an attorney that includes social distancing. A Countrywide group legal plan member is going to get priority treatment from the attorney.
Some of the problems legal documents is nothing to do with treachery. The paperwork needs to be updated to be consistent with changes in legislation. Countrywide attorneys deal with legal texts all the time and can spot a problem in something that a plan member is about to sign.
The lawyer will point out the problem immediately and make suggestions on how changes can be made that are more advantageous. Their scrutiny means that a group legal plan member is not trapped in a document.
We recommend that every plan member allows for a document review before signing the paper. Some vendors and landlords are little nervous about a person doing that, but it sends the message that the one signing the papers is not easily fooled. If there is something in the paperwork that is clearly against existing law, the attorney can go the extra mile. The Countrywide legal professional can make telephone calls and write letters on legal stationery for a plan member. The communication can send a warning to an unscrupulous party that there is a lawyer present. It can change the situation dramatically.
Employers Have a Say
Countrywide wants to provide services everyone in an organization can use. Employers have a better idea of what their workforce needs, and we respect their input. We ask the decision-makers to decide what benefit options will be part of their group legal plan. If there are some things that we provide which the client does not want, that is fine. We will not use any pressure and the selections are placed in the final paperwork. We offer the kind of administration that gets people the help needed as quickly as possible. We do not want anyone too long to get service.
Legal Document Review Is Only One Benefit
A review of those important papers is just one of the pre-paid legal services that we will provide for plan members. We have other options that will assist in everyday problems the person might face. Countrywide is ready to explain every benefit option in detail and answer any questions.
If you are interested in what we provide, please feel free to contact us at your convenience. We are here to provide the kind of help employees will appreciate.