Can a paralegal office charge me for something I never agreed to? I paid 1500 for one thing and it never came up....but they used it for something else without consulting me. Their is no contract only verbal agreements
4 Answers from Attorneys
A person can only call themselves a paralegal if they are supervised by an attorney. There are no paralegal offices, legally anyhow. Your fact pattern does not really give enough information to provide an answer, however.
I agree with Mr. Reid. Paralegals who are not supervised by an attorney are practicing law without a license, which is a crime.
I agree there are not enough facts and the paralegal may be involved in criminal activity which maid help in getting your money back
You should consult with an attorney with an attorney to help flesh out the facts.
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