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We’re searching for top quality blog posts related to legislative research services. You’re invited to send in articles at any level, although they need to be well written for us to consider them for our blog. We are particularly interested in posts with a regional association. But we will carefully consider any contribution you care to make.
To provide notary services for you in the State of Texas.
Legal research fees are:
$125.00 per hour for normal turn around of 2 to 3 weeks.
$150.00 per hour for expedited service delivered within 7 business days.
$175.00 per hour for express service delivered within 3 business days
Fees for all services are plus expenses that usually include but are not limited to photocopies,
faxes, certification fees, audiotapes, shipping and postage, and in some instances travel.
Some legislative intent and legal research projects can take longer than stated above because of the length of the act or issue involved.
Legislative intent research and document retrieval fees are:
$115.00 per hour for Normal delivery within 10 to 15 business days.
$125.00 per hour for Expedited delivery with 7 business days or ASAP.
$150.00 per hour Express service delivery within 3 business days.
Our services include legislative intent/history research of Texas, Federal and all other states’ statutes, codes and resolutions as our primary service.
This includes an in-depth review of the legislative bill file(s), including audiotapes, cds, on-line recordings and/or transcripts of committee debates and floor proceedings in both the House of Representatives and Senate, the House Journals, the Senate Journals, all bill analyses and secondary resources. A substantiated written report/analysis is provided.
Our practice is to provide you with ALL admissible evidence and information relative to your case or issue.
Listed below are some sample cases in which we provided legislative intent for the prevailing party.
We thought we would build a brand new blog right here on AllStatesResearch.com. Naturally it’s not what you’d think of as a unusual move as quite a few sites, including ones that provide legislative research services run a blog. However, while we maybe are late to the blog party, we hope to make a valuable contribution.
Make sure you keep an eye open for appealing articles on legislative research in Texas or elsewhere. We are also interested in broadening the scope of the topics we cover and we welcome suggestions. Is there a legislative research service that you need that is not currently supplied?