Frequently Asked Question

What Are Legal Plan Benefits?

Last updated: September 30, 2019

Answer

Group legal plans are voluntary benefits that your employer may offer in order to give you access to legal services that you might not otherwise be able to afford. A group legal plan is a type of insurance for when you need an attorney’s services. You pay into the program through payroll deductions, and, when you need legal help, you have prepaid access to an attorney who can assist you—without breaking the bank.

 

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