Since 1983, Legal Language has assisted lawyers in the area of Family Law. LLS provides certified translations of personal documents that are accepted by virtually every jurisdiction in the US and more than 50 jurisdictions worldwide.
Your family law case deserves professional certified translations, reliable interpreting and speedy service of process.
Every branch of law has its own quirks and terminology, and Family Law is no exception. That’s why at Legal Language, we match linguistic professionals with subject-matter expertise in your field to work with your documents. It’s the best way to achieve accurate results.
Legal Language employs professional translators and editors with expertise in Family Law and all of its associated areas of practice, including:
Translations required for international adoptions often include:
Getting married abroad often requires certified translations of many personal documents. Though it varies by destination, commonly needed personal document translations include:
Generally, foreign marriage certificates must also receive certified translations upon return to the US.
Whenever your firm requires a professional legal translation – even if it’s on a tight deadline – Legal Language can provide a translator who is well-versed in Family Law terminology.
Legal Language offers a wide range of linguistic and litigation support services to aid your Family Law case.
Our staff attorneys have years of experience providing international litigation support for Family Law cases, including international service of high-profile divorce proceedings and targeted address research to find potential heirs scattered around the world.
The experts at Legal Language have provided legal and language support for the US government, major law firms, financial institutions and member companies of the Fortune 500.
Call 1-800-788-0450 now for a FREE, no-obligation consultation with one of our experienced account executives, and let us show you the difference that professionalism, quality and teamwork can make in your Family Law case.