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Virtual paralegal
Virtual paralegals help licensed attorneys very much the same way an in-house worker does, except that they work remotely. In many cases, fractional paralegals are an excellent solution for a small firm. They allow the lawyer to focus on big picture issues or final review of documents. In many cases, a paralegal can do a significant amount of legwork that leaves the lawyer to step in and pick it up later.