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- Immigration: Bonafide Marriage
- Bankruptcy: Bills, Bills, Bills!
- Immigration: How to Get a Green Card
- Immigration: Green Card Slavery & Hope for the Future
- Estate Planning: Deed Transfer & Wills
- Matrimonial Law: Uncontested Divorce
- Matrimonial Law: Don’t Divorce Your Money; Don’t Divorce Your Kids; Divorce Your Spouse
- Personal Injury: Accidents – Major Mistakes to Avoid
- Personal Injury: The Season of Personal Injury
- Personal Injury & Civil Rights: Health Inequalities
- Small Business Solutions: Help for Your Small Business
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As part of our law firm’s commitment to providing superior client service and to help our clients stay abreast of the latest Business and EB5 trends, we offer frequent seminars. These seminars are presented in-person in partnership with the New American Chamber of Commerce, the African American International Chamber of Commerce and the New York Coalition of Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, at the NACC Chamber and via webcast to accommodate individual schedules.
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Paralegals perform legal, regulatory and businessrelated research for lawyers working at their organization. Most of the time paralegals work for law offices, corporations’ legal departments or courts. These professionals also provide legal support services to attorneys. They assist lawyers in filing materials such as motions, memoranda, pleadings and briefs in various court systems, as well as accompany lawyers to see clients and/or to go to court.
Paralegals may have to interview clients either by phone or in person prior to referring them to their organization’s lawyers; they may have the authority to accept or reject potential clients. Paralegals also edit pleadings, technical papers, briefs and other documents, helping review legal documents to make sure that relevant facts are included. They may have to travel to various courts to accompany their organization’s lawyers, and they may have to train and coach new or more junior paralegals.