Due to the amount of extensive information covering many legal topics, this
site may at first seem a bit overwhelming. This guide will help you
familiarize yourself with the organization of our site so that you may use
it more effectively.
Left Menu Items
Home - This will take you to the initial page of this site.
My File - This is where any personal information you provide to us can be
displayed. This is also where you can go to change or update your contact
Benefits - Your online membership kit and your coverage policy
can be found here.
Services - This is a description of each service provided under our Plan.
Prevention - A brief explanation of the primary focus of our Plan,
preventing legal problems before they become overwhelming.
Support - You are here. This is where you can go to find answers to your
questions about the Plan, the Web site and related issues.
Login - If you do not know your company's password, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request it. Include the name of your employer.
Search - Use this function to search for information on your legal topic. By
typing in a single word related to your matter, you can pull up all the
information related to your topic. If you do not find what you are looking
for, you may wish to call our Customer Service Center for a referral to a
Plan Attorney for a free consultation. Many legal issues are too complicated
to discuss here and require a Plan Attorney versed in state and local laws.
Right Menu Items - The Libraries
A word about legal information on this site.
Although we have provided information on many different topics on this site,
many are far too complicated or too state-specific to discuss here. If you
do not find what you are looking for, you may wish to call our Customer
Service Center for a referral to a Plan Attorney for a free consultation.
Many legal issues require a Plan Attorney versed in state and local laws. We
encourage members to discuss any matter with a Plan Attorney after reviewing
the information provided here. This is not meant to be a substitute for
legal advice from an attorney. The law is very complicated and even one
seemingly insignificant fact in your situation can dramatically change the
outcome of your issue or the steps needed to prevent it from becoming a
The information on this site is organized into various libraries described
below. Some information appears in multiple locations when it is relevant to
the topic. Do not feel that you need to scan each library for information
related to your topic. It is usually located together and may link to other
articles on related topics. To find out which library best suits your needs,
you may wish to review the short descriptions of each and decide which best
describes your purpose.
The Law in Your Life - A collection of articles on common legal issues
organized by the area of your life affected by the legal issue: Family,
Credit, Property, Contracts, Healthcare, Taxes, Estate Planning, Consumer
Rights, Small Claims and General Topics.
Elder Care - The need for help with issues facing adult children responsible
for caring for their aging parents had grown tremendously in recent years.
We have gathered all the information related to this topic from other
libraries on this site into one central area for ease of access.
Small Claims and Consumer Help - This section contains short articles that
walk you through small claims matters and information on some specific types
of consumer problems like warranties, small claims issues like neighbor
disputes and credit issues like collections.
Family Health Legal Library - This library was developed to educate members
on legal issues that many people do not think about until a medical
emergency occurs and it is too late to prevent complicated legal
proceedings. Here you will find detailed discussions about Wills, Trusts,
and various health related documents like Living Wills and Durable Powers of
Attorney. By reading the discussions in this library you can make sense of
all the different options available- documents many people have heard of,
but few understand the differences. You will have a better understanding of
what documents you and your family should have in place.
Domestic Violence - This is a growing problem and we feel that information
is the best weapon, and must be easy to find. Information in other sections
of this site is intended only for members and their dependents, however,
please share the information here with anyone close to you, who you think
might be struggling with this problem.
Legal Document Library - This is the place to go for simple legal documents
that many people need in everyday situations. These documents can be printed
and used if they are applicable to your situation. Please be sure to follow
the instructions carefully and consult with a Plan Attorney if you are
unsure about how to complete a document.
Anatomy of a Case - Most people do not know what to expect once they are
involved in a lawsuit. This section details the steps involved in a typical
case and explains many of the questions that clients typically have, but may
be hesitant to ask their attorney.
Areas of Interest - Information on the most frequently asked about legal
issues is provided here. These topics will change periodically as new areas
of law become more "popular."
Once again, if you have trouble finding information on the topic you need,
please call our Client Services Department at 1-800-356-0845 or email us at email@example.com. Most common
topics are easily located in these libraries, so it is likely that your
matter is more complicated and you will need to speak with a Plan Attorney,
however, our Customer Service Specialists can help you locate what you need on the site if it as available.