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Hiring an in-house paralegal is expensive, especially for solo attorneys and small law practices. 

The salary, cost to train, office space, equipment, insurance, taxes, and additional expenses mount up!

Grace Legal Support Services ("GLSS") performs the functions of a traditional, in-house, paralegal without the high cost and hassle to you. 

We are a team of senior-level and college-educated paralegals, with expertise in family law, fully trained and ready to add efficiency and increased productivity to your law practice.

What Can I Delegate?

What Can I Delegate?

You're no one-size-fits-all attorney and we are no one-size-fits-all solution. 

We are able to bend to meet the needs of your practice.

While we specialize in family law, we are also abundantly experienced in other practice areas.


Here is a short list of the support we are able to provide to you:

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Litigation Support:

Drafting of motions and pleadings

Calendar hearing dates and discovery deadlines

In-person & e-filing of case documents

Preparation of subpoenas and requests for production of documents

Immigration Case Management:

Work jointly with your clients to complete USCIS forms

Interview witnesses and draft affidavits of support

Compile country conditions

Spanish & Haitian-Creole translation and interpretion services

Divorce Mediation Support:

Manage 1A/1B process from start to finish

Prepare all required divorce forms 

Filing of divorce motions and pleadings

Scheduling of consultations and non-matter related meetings

Back Office Management:

Organize internal case-related records for immediate access

Initiate and Return office calls

Proof and organize files and documents

Schedule consultations and non-case related meetings

We also can handle...

Quitclaim Deeds | Real Estate Law

Guardianships of a Minor | Family Law

Memorandums of Law | Various Areas

& Demand Letters | Personal Injury

and more... 

Here are some requests our clients are making

[Client] lied to immigration and now he needs to apply for an immigration waiver so he can get a green card. In addition to his background/upbringing, we need the affidavit to explain what happened with his lie to immigration, and to show the hardships he faces in Haiti, especially now. For his mother's affidavit, we need the typical background/history and to show the hardships she’d face if she had to move to Haiti to live with her son if he couldn’t get this waiver.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

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Tailor-fit for your 

Family Law matter


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