Posey Paralegal Services

 Flexible, scalable senior-level contract/freelance paralegal services for Texas attorneys. 

More than 30 years of legal experience, skills and knowledge to help you and your practice prosper.

(936) 524-4257 . poseyparalegal@outlook.com   

Contract Paralegal Services for Attorneys

Paralegal Services and Support for Texas Attorneys


Phone: (936) 524-4257


Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Evening consultations by appointment

Advantages of Hiring a Contract Paralegal

In today's highly competitive legal landscape, it has become a regular occurrence for lawyers to seek forward-looking solutions to enhance their workflow efficiency and deliver high-quality services to their clients.  One such solution that has been gaining favor in recent years is utilizing contract paralegals.  There are numerous ways that a contract paralegal can benefit a lawyer and/or law practice, including:

By leveraging the expertise of a contract paralegal, lawyers can streamline their processes, make their workday more efficient, and deliver outstanding legal services to their clients.


Consider contracting with Posey Paralegal Services, and harness the numerous advantages which will bring increased success to your law practice.

Skilled     -     Knowledgeable     -     Experienced    -      Service Oriented     -     Professional     -     Dedicated

       Phone:  (936) 524-4257              Email:   poseyparalegal@outlook.com

Disclaimer: This is NOT a law firm.  Sheila Posey does not act as your attorney and is not a substitute for advice from an attorney. Sheila Posey does not and will not provide any legal advice, and none of the information provided herein or on any completed document should be construed as legal advice.  All work performed by Sheila Posey must be supervised by a licensed attorney.  Sheila Posey cannot perform any work for members of the general public.

If you need legal advice, please ask an attorney for a legal opinion. If you do not know what type of attorney you need, contact your state’s bar association, and ask for a reference.