Plans juridiques du groupe de MetLife Legal Plans, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. In some states, group legal plans are provided through insurance coverage signed by the Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Company and Affiliates, Warwick, RI. Not all services are available in all states. For more information, see your plan description. MetLife® is a registered trademark of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, New York, NY. ©2020 MetLife Services and Solutions, LLC, MetLife Legal Plans, Inc., 1111 Superior Avenue, Suite 800, Cleveland, OH 44114 62% of working adults have been involved in a legal problem in the past three years.3 Our network lawyers are available whenever you need personal legal advice or representation in a range of legal services covered by your plan – so you can be sure you have an expert by your side for as long as you need it. Less than you think. For less than a dollar a day, you can have our legal experts by your side for as long as you need them. You can find the exact cost of your plan in your employer`s registration form. Comprehensive coverage for more than 60 legal issues, including: Buying or selling a home can be stressful and complex. Access to legal advice through a legal plan can pave the way for a smooth process. Yes, you can use the plan unlimited for covered legal matters throughout the year.4 For approximately $20 per month, our employee benefits program offers value, convenience and confidence by giving you easy and cost-effective access to lawyers for a variety of personal legal services, including advice and guidance on an unlimited number of personal legal matters.

Members can speak to our network lawyers in person, by phone or online at our electronic panel® of law firms – whichever works best. And for some legal matters, a lawyer can represent a member in court without him appearing. MetLife Legal Plans gives you access to expert legal help so you can safely navigate life`s great moments. A legal plan can help if you: 4 See for details. MetLife Legal Plans is the only provider that covers office and telephone advice for an unlimited number of covered and uncovered personal legal matters, as long as they are not excluded. These services are provided by local network lawyers. 80% of employers said that one of the main benefits of a legal regime is access to above-average legal services.1 Provide your employees with easy access to legal advice for these important moments in life. A legal plan can help you at any stage of life, at no cost to you. This service is tailored to your needs, so our network of lawyers is available in person, by phone, email and online, so you can easily communicate with a lawyer or plan your next move.

MetLife Legal Plans makes it easy to get the legal help you can get by offering: 1 The savings of subscribing to a legal plan depend on several factors, including the cost of the plan, how often participants consult a lawyer for a covered matter, and the cost of services provided. MetLife Legal Plans provides employees with easy-to-use and cost-effective legal services at no cost to your business. With a legal plan, you can add real value to your benefits plan by giving employees access to lawyers for many common legal issues they face, from starting a family to buying a home to caring for aging parents. Signing up for a legal plan is like having a lawyer by your side. If you use a network lawyer for the covered services, all attorney fees are covered by the legal plan. Payments for the plan are made through convenient payroll deductions. Let`s say you want to contest a speeding ticket, or you`re buying or selling a house, or maybe you`re facing a tax audit — a legal plan would cover the legal fees associated with these events if you hire a network lawyer. And your lawyer would be there to help you every step of the way. You`ll also have unlimited access to legal aid – a benefit offered by MetLife – meaning you can use the service as often as you need for many legal matters, even for existing situations you had before signing up for the legal plan.2 Finding a lawyer online can be confusing, and recommendations from friends may not be the best for your needs. That`s an advantage of a legal plan: networked lawyers can help you with a variety of common legal issues, from identity theft to estate planning. With a MetLife legal plan, you`ll have access to lawyers with an average of 25 years of experience.

In addition, you can access an online service portal that allows you to find lawyers in your area who can handle files that suit your situation. So there`s a good chance you`ll find the right legal counsel at the touch of a button. Get easy and cost-effective access to lawyers with a legal plan provided by your employer. This is probably the biggest financial transaction you`ll ever make (no pressure). Between down payments, closing costs, and moving costs, you want to find savings wherever you can. A legal plan provided by the employer can cost less for the entire year than the typical rate for an hour of legal fees, which is about $370.1 For example, MetLife legal plans cost about $20 per month2, and payments come directly from your paycheck, so you have one less thing to worry about. The network`s lawyers have an average of 25 years of experience in general legal matters, such as estate planning and buying/selling a home Tom and Linda hadn`t given much thought to the importance of legal coverage until one of their children was involved in an unexpected accident. Being in the middle of a legal problem – which nearly half of us do every year – can be intimidating. Add to that the hassle of hiring the right lawyer to help you do it, and the stress can be overwhelming.

With a group legal plan, you`ll have easy access to the expert legal help you need – from estate planning to real estate to traffic issues. Plans juridiques du groupe de MetLife Legal Plans, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. In some states, group legal plans are provided by Metropolitan General Insurance Company, Warwick, RI. First-time enrolment rates average 6% to 8%. You will find that the number of registrations increases each year as satisfied employees discuss the value of the legal plan with their peers. A legal plan through your employer gives you access to legal support at the beginning of your real estate journey so you can enjoy your next stage in life. Consider enrolling in a legal regime through your employer during open registration. You can also take our quiz to see what other benefits could help you save money.

Fortunately, there is an easier way to get legal help: a legal plan provided by the employer. Here`s how signing up for this benefit can take the guesswork out of finding a lawyer and help you save money.1 MetLife Legal Plans is the leader in group legal plans, serving more than 3,000 organizations. This includes more than 200 Fortune 500 companies®, all major accounting firms, and the world`s largest consulting firms. We have an excellent track record of serving our sponsors and their employees. According to a recent survey of our legal plan sponsors, 99% of respondents were satisfied or very satisfied with the legal plan, and 93% said the legal plan was very manageable.2 Our more than 40 years of experience in providing legal benefits to businesses of all sizes translates into an easy performance experience with a team. You can be confident. We make the legal plan an easy-to-implement benefit that is also easy to use for employees, with no wait times, usage restrictions, co-payments or application forms. Cover the cost of a range of legal issues with a legal plan and access experienced lawyers to help you with estate planning and more. Legal insurance doesn`t seem so urgent until you need a lawyer. A legal plan makes it easier to find and work with a lawyer.

Legal problems arise when you get married, have a baby, buy a house, lose a loved one, or have legal documents drafted. For example, since lawyers typically charge $370 per hour for services, the value of a prepaid legal plan is easy to see.* MetLife Legal Plans provides employees with convenient and affordable access to a network of highly trained lawyers for day-to-day personal legal matters. After registration, employees have access to a lawyer as if they were in advance.