How a Legal Shield Policy Can Help You


People use insurance in many ways. Most consider it necessary to protect property against unforeseen circumstances, but it can also create a legal shield to be used in a variety of other ways.

How It Works

If you have a legal insurance plan, you can contact a local Network Attorney who practices in the law you require by going online or calling. For advice, consultation, and/or representation, you can email, call, or visit with the attorney in person. You won’t have to pay any attorney fees if your insurance plan fully covers your legal matter and you utilize a Network Attorney.

What It Can Cover

Depending on your legal shield policy, you may be covered for the following issues:

  • Wills – who you want to leave your property and assets to, who you want to be the executor of your estate, and the guardian of any minor children.
  • Trusts – protect property/assets
  • Traffic issues – moving violations such as speeding tickets.
  • Consumer protection – debt collection, problems with contracts or warranties
  • Divorce – both contested and uncontested
  • Property transfers – change ownership of a property, such as when you sell your home.
  • Bankruptcy – eliminate or reduce debt by filing for personal, non-business bankruptcy.
  • Defense of civil damage claims – someone sues you for damage you allegedly caused to them or their property.

Having a legal shield insurance policy can give you or your business much-needed peace of mind.



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This post was written by , posted on June 18, 2021 Friday at 6:55 am