Being made bankrupt is a miserable affair, but it does create a lot of legal work. Much of this work falls to the paralegal to do. A paralegal is not a solicitor, but rather an administrative help, who is capable of doing much of the tedious tasks in the background.
The solicitor ensures that everything is done properly, and is knowledgeable of the law, and what it requires. The paralegal is given tasks by the solicitor, who is then freed up to concentrate on the aspects of the work which require their professional input and oversight.
A paralegal may be asked to perform searches (such as credit checks, liens and property ownership), to compose letters or file documents.
Whether you are a paralegal who finds yourself thrust into bankruptcy work or a bankrupt, we hope you find our website helpful.
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- What is a paralegal