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Our Legal Answering Services are as follows:
- 24/7/365 Live Answering
- Sending of messages via SMS Text and/or Email
- Call Patching/Routing
- Specialized Call Management Procedures
- Scheduling Services
- Discretion When Handling Sensitive Issues