David A. Moyer is a Freelance Paralegal, Notary Public and Founder of Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. He has experience in a variety of areas of law. Mr. Moyer attended The University of Akron, holds an Associate Degree from Stark State College of Technology, earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Walsh University, and obtained a Paralegal Certificate from the Academy of Court Reporting and Legal Studies.
Mr. Moyer has been spotlighted in Law Technology News, Legal Assistant Today and The Virtual Paralegal News Magazine. He is also featured in Fundamentals of Law Office Management by Pamela Everett Nollkamper.
Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
What is a Freelance Paralegal?
Freelance Paralegals, such as Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. also known as contract paralegals, are no different than traditional paralegals except that they are not employed by an attorney in a traditional setting such as a law firm, governmental entity or corporation. A freelance paralegal is one that is self-employed. They are available on an “as-needed” basis by many supervising attorneys in these settings to take on short-term or long-term projects. Freelance paralegals are educated and qualified to perform paralegal work just the same as traditionally-employed paralegals. They may work in an attorneys office, law firm, governmental entity or corporation; or they may work remotely from their own office. Those that work remotely are known Virtual Paralegals.
What is a Virtual Paralegal?
Virtual Paralegals are also contract paralegals that work online from another location to perform specific paralegal duties for an attorney. The paralegal services offered by virtual paralegals include document preparation and legal research. By using a virtual paralegal, the attorney can bill the client for the paralegal’s time without spending the attorney’s resources hiring and training a new employee. The Virtual Paralegals of Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. offer various paralegal services to attorneys, law firms, corporations, and government agencies.