Available to you and your family as a member benefit. Appointments are available upon request in Philadelphia and Delaware.
We offer legal solutions for the following legal problems:
Are you protected?
Any one can suddenly be faced with one or more of these problems. What can you do to protect you and your family before and after legal help is needed? Take advantage of this Credit Union membership benefit, The Family Legal Care Plan.
Is has been estimated that 36% of Americans will face a legal issue within the next 12 months.
Since 1977, the PLAN has been offering ease of access to a lawyer through the FREE CONSULTATION program and discounted fees. Membership is automatic for Credit Union members and their family.
Who provides the legal services and where?
Members can speak with an attorney by calling 215.735.3969.
Appointments are available in Media, Philadelphia and the Credit Union.
The Law Firm of Pearson Nelson, LLP is headed by James W. Pearson & Paul D. Nelson who combine over 60 years of practicing law. For areas of the law that are more specialized or are out of the area, the MEMBER LEGAL SERVICE NETWORK is available. It consists of over 30 lawyers practicing in nearly all areas of the law. This Network has been built up by Jim since 1976 and gives members the benefits of a large law firm with a smaller law firm sensitivity to client needs and costs. Referral attorneys provide the same basic PLAN benefits of an initial free consultation and fee discounts of 10% - 15% in most cases.
Group Legal Plan
Individual legal services available. Arranged through a designated independent attorney. For more details contact Attorney Jim Pearson at 215-735-3969.
ATTORNEY/CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY: All matters between the attorney and a client are Confidential. Note: There is no responsibility on the part of the Credit Union for the legal services provided or for the payment of legal fees due. In the event of a conflict between a member and the Credit Union or a firm client and a member, the member cannot be represented or advised by an attorney under the Plan. If the conflict is between two members, the firm may only represent one and may elect not to represent either. Articles printed here are statements of general principals of law and are not intended to be, and should not be, substituted for advice of a lawyer. Copyright 2004 James W. Pearson, Jr., All rights reserved