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Doreen M - Legal Writer

Star Rating 6 Stars
Last Login 9/26/2016
Location Millis, MA
Education Some College

Summary of Legal Experience

Doreen has written more than 2,500 legal articles, blog posts and websites. In particular she likes writing about personal injury law, bankruptcy law and white collar crimes. Doreen M has also discovered that she has a particular infinity for writing about criminal law; in particular how a defendants civil rights are impacted after a guilty finding.

Over the last several years, she has submitted and had accepted more than 2,000 legal articles on various sites including Writer Access and the now-defunct Internet Brands. Doreen also maintains a blog specifically focusing on making the law easy to understand for everyday people -- this is important if you wish to have potential clients staying on your website. In addition, Doreen M has provided content for many attorney websites including sole practitioners, multiple partner firms and large firms. She understands the necessity of writing for the everyday person who may be facing legal challenges.

Doreen M put her money where her mouth was: Understanding how competitive the writing field was and because she had a particular interest in legal writing, Doreen completed her Paralegal certificate in 2015. This has provided her with an entirely different perspective on legal advertising, helped her hone her knowledge of the specific lingo associated with legal writing and helped her fine-tune her already superior research skills.

Doreen has written numerous legal topics including:

Personal injury law - including statutes of limitations, "one-bite rules" and medical malpractice
Business law - from succession planning to preparing business plans
Family law - divorces, child support. restraining orders and contempt of court
Real estate law - community property laws, residential and commercial real estate closings
Trusts and wills - with a particular focus on how these impact retirement accounts