Virtual Family Law Paralegals for Attorneys


Family law practices can easily overwhelm even the most diligent and committed attorneys, whether it’s managing an extensive case load or counseling clients through difficult personal moments. Experienced paralegal support allows you to delegate critical aspects of your practice, so that you can better manage your workload, and is an affordable alternative to hiring on-site legal support.

Equivity provides carefully vetted, US-based virtual paralegals and legal secretaries with years of experience providing attorneys with comprehensive family law support. Our family law paralegals can assist you at each step of the client relationship from beginning to end, including client intake, document collection and discovery, motion practice, and, if necessary, trial. They can also assist with simple and complex matters of dissolution of marriage, adoption, child custody, child support, modification, and prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

All virtual paralegals are Equivity employees, not independent contractors, so you get the accountability, privacy, and security guarantees of a dedicated employee while avoiding payroll, workers’ compensation, benefits, and recruiting costs.

Our service is flexible and adaptable to the needs of your practice. We offer a wide range of scalable plans, allowing you to increase or decrease your hours as needed. If you’re looking for a retainer-style arrangement, select our annual plan, which allows you to use hours over the course of 365 days. Busier than expected?  Not a problem. You can always add more hours and we’re happy to add new paralegals to your team.

Contact us to learn how we can provide you the additional legal support your firm needs.

Your Virtual Paralegal Can Help Your Firm With:

Office Support

  • Billing and invoicing
  • Client intake
  • Client communication
  • Attorney and court schedules

Case Management

  • Case management support
  • Attend and/or conduct client interviews
  • Legal research and case law summary


  • Pleadings, including complaints, answers, motions, and proposed QDROs
  • Debt and asset lists
  • Witness and financial affidavits
  • Child support worksheets, parenting plans, and separation agreements


  • Prepare and respond to mandatory disclosures
  • Prepare and respond to discovery requests
  • Prepare exhibits
  • Trial preparation

Virtual Family Law Paralegals

You Can Trust


We understand how important it is to have confidence in the paralegal in whom you entrust your client’s information. From hiring to IT policies, we work each step of the way to safeguard your information.

Employees, Not Freelancers

Our paralegals are Equivity employees, not freelancers, with years of experience in their profession.

Thoroughly Vetted

We thoroughly vet all employees, including doing reference and background checks, to guarantee they have the relevant experience.

NDAs and Conflict Checks

All paralegals sign a non-disclosure agreement to safeguard client information and we routinely run conflict checks to keep confidential information in the right hands.

“Equivity has been a wonderful asset to our firm’s growing practice. They identified a virtual paralegal perfect for our unique needs. They’ve also provided additional back-up assistants on demand so we’re never left without coverage and their customer service is excellent. I highly recommend Equivity!”

Gina Dizzia, Partner, Cowart Dizzia, LLP

How Does It Work?

No Contracts. No Hassle.

Just experienced US-based support the way you need it.

Complete Our Online Intake Form

Tell us about the practice area(s) and types of duties you firm needs as well as any other information you believe will help us find the best match for you.

Placement & Interview

We will send you a detailed bio of the best paralegal for your needs and, if you prefer, you can schedule a one-on-one interview with them.

Sign Up

Choose a plan that works for you. No long-term contracts and you can increase, decrease, or cancel your plan at any time!


Schedule a kick-off call with your paralegal and Client Experience Manager or start working directly with your paralegal right away.