Studies show that seven out of ten employees experience one or more legal events in a year. We are pleased to offer a group legal plan that will help cover the costs of legal expenses associated with a variety of needs, including document preparation and review, family law, estate planning, traffic offenses, and more. As an Effingham County Schools employee, you have access to a variety of legal resources such as guidebooks and videos, a glossary, helpful website links, and a personal information organizer through ARAG, even if you are not enrolled in the legal plan. Click here for more information.
Effingham County Schools employees may enroll in the legal plan and access a variety of legal benefits. Telephone advice and office consultations with a network attorney are provided on an unlimited number of personal legal matters. Trials for covered matters are also covered.
CONSUMER PROTECTION MATTERS
DEFENSE OF CIVIL LAWSUITS
DOCUMENT PREPARATION & REVIEW
ELDER LAW MATTERS
ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS
PERSONAL PROPERTY PROTECTION
REAL ESTATE MATTERS
When a participating attorney is used, services are covered at 100%. A participating attorney list is available on the Resources page or by visiting https://www.araglegal.com/plans and entering the code: 18598ecs.
All legal plan members have access to wills, durable power of attorneys, and other related documents at no cost via the two options below.
Access an in-network provider – no cost / covered in full
Use your member login and access DIY online documents. With this option, you can complete a simple process online at no cost.
When a participating attorney is used, services are covered at 100%.
A participating attorney list is available on the Resources page or by visiting https://www.araglegal.com/plans and entering the code: 18598ecs.
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