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Below is a list of frequently asked questions. To view the answer, please click on the question.
 

Is the information I provide you kept confidential?

 

 

Who performs the research?

 

 

Do you use the Bluebook citation rules?

 

 

Are there restrictions on who can use National Paralegals’ services?

 

 

How can National Paralegals perform research cheaper than myself?

 

 

Can I use your exact wording in my motion or brief?

 

 

Can I contact the researcher?

 

 

Can I change my Research Project after it has been accepted by National Paralegals?

 

 

Can I become one of your research attorneys?

 

 

What is your mailing address?

 

 

How do you avoid conflicts of interest?

 

 

How quickly can I receive my Research Project?

 

 

What if my issue is not clearly stated? How can it be clarified?

 

 

 

 

Is the information I provide you kept confidential?

 

Yes.  Even better, we do not ask for any information which would identify your client.  We are interested in the research issue, not who it is for.

Who performs the research?

 

Licensed attorneys perform all of the research.

Do you use the Bluebook citation rules?

 

Yes.

Are there restrictions on who can use National Paralegals’ services?

 

Yes.  O�nly attorneys are authorized to use our services.

How can National Paralegals perform research cheaper than myself?

 

We do not have expensive secretaries and office overhead to factor into our prices.  Since clients never come to our office, we do not need mahogany walls and plush carpeting.

Can I use your exact wording in my motion or brief?

 

Yes.  We consider it a compliment to see our text in your pleadings.  So long as it is used in a court proceeding, it is ok.  Any other use, though, is not permitted.  For example, the text can not be used in a publication, newsletter, or other widely disseminated media (court reporters excepted).

Can I contact the researcher?

 

Yes. You can email the researcher working o�n your Research Project at research@ofni.org.  Remember to include your reference number in the email.

Can I change my Research Project after it has been accepted by National Paralegals?

 

You can change your Research Project if no work has yet been performed.  Contact us immediately.  If no work has been performed, we will happily quote you a new price for the revised Research Project.

Can I become one of your research attorneys?

 

Thank you for your interest.  To read more information about becoming o�ne of our research attorneys, please visit www.np.e-webtool.com. This website is designed to answer your questions about working with National Paralegals.

What is your mailing address?

 

National Paralegals LLC

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