Despite high divorce rates, many individuals still face economic and legal troubles when preparing for divorce. LegalLogs presents its organizational tool in an upcoming webinar to help divorce attorneys and clients become confident in their cases.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/23/2013 -- For LegalLogs—a company that provides an in-depth reporting tool to help individuals and their attorneys better prepare for a divorce case—there are many people who are looking for ways to not only simplify divorce, but pursue it in an advantageous fashion. In fact, according to projections from Americans for Divorce Reform, an estimated 40 to 50 percent of United States marriages are to end in legal separation if current trends continue. Despite such a large percentage of Americans looking toward divorce, other reports have suggested that many fear pursuing the legal process due to financial worries or concerns that children or assets will be lost in the process.
Taking these trends and beliefs into account, LegalLogs has introduced its comprehensive online reporting tool that allows clients to track all data, events and evidence in an organized system that is shared securely with an attorney. This system is positioned to revolutionize the way individuals approach divorce, allowing them to have more confidence and convenience in building a strong case. More importantly, this tool allows divorce and family law attorneys to keep in constant contact with their clients, making sure that everyone is staying on track to strengthen an upcoming case. By streamlining evidence collection, reporting and communication, LegalLogs is already helping individuals achieve desired settlements in court.
Although this tool is quickly becoming recognized as a solid resource by divorce attorneys in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia communities, LegalLogs is currently focused on helping more individuals understand how to use this organizational platform to its fullest potential. As such, the company will be hosting an informative weekly webinar series starting Wednesday, October 2, 2013 from 7pm to 7:30pm. This free webinar, entitled “Stacking Your Odds” is available to both clients and attorneys who are interested in learning more about this tool.
According to the event information participants will be able to learn how to document pertinent case information such as phone calls, texts, voicemails, assets, financial data, parenting information and interactions that an individual may have with an ex-spouse. In addition, this webinar will reveal how this information can be compiled into comprehensive documents that can serve as strong resources for attorneys when they bring a case to court.
Founder of LegalLogs, Chris Kennedy, encourages those interested in divorce or currently pursuing legal actions to take part in this free, informative webinar and states, “An organized case is key to securing a positive divorce outcome. Your spouse is doing all they can to get organized—make sure to give yourself an edge.”
Clients and attorneys looking to learn more through this free series are invited to register at the event page hosted by Eventbrite. Sign up is quick and convenient—and could be first step to securing a better future post-divorce.
The team at LegalLogs is dedicated to helping attorneys and individuals facing divorce or personal injury navigate the challenging ordeal of document organization for divorce proceedings. LegalLogs has created a unique application platform that operates on a cloud-based server; a distinctive tool that provides a way for clients to easily communicate and exchange critical information—such as financial documents, records, evidentiary photos and messages. With these resources, any person pursuing a divorce or personal injury claim can find the means to gain the upper hand during the legal process to ensure better results. Those looking to gain more information are invited to follow the company’s Facebook page and Twitter @LegalLogs or visit the LegalLogs corporate website.
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