How do I get a free quotation for translation, interpreting, transcription, international service of process or evidence taking?
Why must I submit my documents for a translation price quote?
Our pricing structure is based on various factors, including (but not limited to): Volume, language, subject matter, format, legibility and time frame. By taking all of these factors into account instead of charging by the page or word, we can offer a firm, flat price for our translation services. In other words, there are no hidden costs after the fact, and the client knows exactly what the job will cost before any work is started.
And don’t worry: By submitting your documents for a price quote, you are never under any obligation to move forward with a job. All price quotes are free of charge.
What is a certified translation?
Translations that are certified become legal records. The legal documents can then be submitted to courts and government agencies. Learn more here.
I have a legal question; can you give me an answer?
However, LLS is not a law firm and we cannot give general legal or immigration advice to individuals.
How do I download your legal forms?
I’m a legal vendor and would like to get listed on your site. What must I do?
In order for Court Reporters, Expert Witnesses, Private Investigators and Attorneys to be listed in our database and found by our visitors, they must visit our legal vendors page.
I’m a professional linguist and I’d like to work with you. What do I need to do?
For translators, transcriptionists, proofreaders and interpreters, go to our Job Opportunities page and register under the appropriate category.